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Girl at Sewing Machine
Artist Edward Hopper Edit this on Wikidata
Year c. 1921
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions 48 cm (19 in) × 46 cm (18 in)
Location Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

Girl at Sewing Machine is a 1921 painting by Edward Hopper, currently housed in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain. It portrays a young girl sitting at a sewing machine facing a window on a beautiful sunny day. The location appears to be New York City as is evident from the yellow bricks in the window.[1] The exterior vantage point although present only aids in putting the interior activity in perspective.[2]

It is one of the first of Hopper's many "window paintings". Hopper's repeated decision to pose a young woman against her sewing is said to be his commentary on solitude.[3]

The painting is the inspiration for Mary Leader's poem of the same name.

 

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