Nighthawk 1942, 1984, 2010

Everyone knows or has seen the painting titled “Night hawk” which featured a corner diner open on a late night with a few patrons dining as the waiter/soda jerk washes glasses and communicates with the patrons. There has been many versions of this painting by many different artists. Here is the original painting painted in 1942:

Then there was another version, of which is one of my favorites and the title of this painting is “Boulevard of broken dreams” painted in 1984:

Now there is another version of which I find to be a fitting current portrayal titled “Free Wifi” (2010):

These are all great in their own individual ways. Although I enjoy and appreciate all of them for different reasons. I hope that you enjoy them just as much as I do. I also believe that this is the first time all 3 of these have been displayed in succession.  I hope you can appreciate them as much a I do.

Thanks for reading,

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