San Dimas Train Station1933 by Millard Sheets
"As a Chouinard student, Sheets commuted between Pomona and Los Angeles on Henry Huntington’s Red Cars, sometimes sketching the stations. Hilbert compares the two self-absorbed figures, bathed in pools of light that emphasize an all-encompassing darkness, to Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks of a decade later (1942)." http://blogs.artinfo.com/lacmonfire/2016/02/25/millard-sheets-san-dimas-train-station/
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