Vulnerable and Threatening: Edward Hopper's Female NudesRice, Katherine E.
Edward Hopper's oeuvre provokes a great deal of scholarship in the art historical field. There is, however, a decided lack of psychoanalytic theory applied to his paintings. Hopper's complex biography demonstrates the need for such a theoretical approach. This approach is particularly necessary when analyzing five of his female nudes. This thesis closely explores "Summer Interior," "Evening Wind,"... read more