Edward Hopper, New York Restaurant, 1922; Muskegon Museum of Art.
The reproduction below, possibly an amateur photo that was further edited, has taken a work that's full of rich color and turned it into a flat, monocrome image, obscuring much of the original pigment and detail. The real-world painting contains bold tones in Hopper's signature style, and is also very sophisticated in its use of light and shadow, depth, and contrast. The new version doesn't have any of these qualities.
Altered version of a painting by Edward Hopper.
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