See the houses and vistas painted by Edward Hopper

 
 
 

Lisbeth Chapman has researched the houses and vistas painted by Edward Hopper in Wellfleet and Truro in the early 1930s.  She has lectured on this topic. 

                                                           

This is a “then and now” tour.  You will join her for a two-hour car ride over back roads and to out-of-the-way places to visit the houses and vistas Hopper painted as they are today.  Much of the Truro and Wellfleet that Edward Hopper painted retains its 1930s flavor.  She will entertain you with personal family anecdotes and information about where he lived for four summers in a summer rental cottage from 1930 to 1933 before moving to his own studio.


All tours start at Wellfleet Town Pier, with free parking on the Pier between Mac’s Seafood and the Harbormaster’s Office.  The tour includes locations of four paintings in Wellfleet, and 26 paintings in South Truro.  You will be returned to your car at Wellfleet Town Pier.  No smoking, no pets, no heavy perfume, please.

“We are blessed that these buildings and vistas have not been totally erased from the landscape.  What Hopper found interesting, I call home.”  Beth Chapman, Tour Guide


Top left:  “Burley Cobb Barns”, right, “The Marshall House,” and bottom left “Gas”, all in Truro.

Two-Hour Guided Tours by Lisbeth Wiley Chapman

Year Round, Except During Inclement Weather

7 Days a Week -- 10:00 AM. and 2:00 PM  --   Reservations Confirmed by Credit Card

$49 per person - No refunds

Call:  508-479-1033

bethchapmanhopperhousetours@gmail.com