Hopper’s Ground Swell is bright and summery on the surface, dark and foreboding beneath. The figures, weirdly disconnected from each other, focus their attention on a buoy, presaging unseen danger. Above, cirrus clouds auger an oncoming storm. They have set sail in search of isolation and escape, but rough seas lie ahead. It may be no coincidence that Hopper worked on this painting from August to 15 September 1939, as World War II was breaking out in Europe.
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Edward Hopper : “Ground Swell” (1939)
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