Hopper Paintings Around Portuguese Hill Walking Tour SOLD OUT
Saturday, October 14
Outdoor Walking Tours
Explore the specific sites in the area of Gloucester known as Portuguese Hill depicted by renowned American realist painter Edward Hopper (1882-1967). Hopper is known to have painted in Gloucester on five separate occasions in the first decades of the 20th century. His paintings from this period capture the local landscape and architecture in a loosely rendered, light-filled style and are considered by many to be some of his finest works. Also included are watercolors painted by Josephine Nivison Hopper (1883-1968), Hopper's wife and artist in her own right, whose work gained recognition long before her future husband's success. Learn how this hillside neighborhood the Hoppers travelled together inspired their artwork, as well as the role the area plays in Gloucester history. This walking tour includes steep stairs and a length of the hill.
Walking Tour Prices
*includes admission to general museum
Member: $15, Non-Member: $25
Walking Tour + Hopper Special Exhibition Bundle Prices
*includes admission to general museum plus entrance to Edward Hopper & Cape Ann: Illuminating an American Landscape at 1pm after the tour
Member: $20, Fitz Henry Lane Society Patron: $15, Non-Member: $33
*Non-Members who opt for the bundled ticket receive 10% off the Hopper softcover catalog (1 catalog per attendee)
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Please have your ticket ready and present it to Visitors Services staff upon arrival. Plan to arrive early for an expedited check-in. If you have purchased a bundled ticket, please keep your ticket handy to present to a gallery attendant for your 1pm timed-ticket entrance to the special exhibition after the tour.
*Participant Waiver: by purchasing your ticket(s), you agree that you understand the walking tour will entail walking outside in downtown Gloucester and accept full responsibility for your safety during your participation. You agree that your participation is fully voluntary, and that you will not hold either the Cape Ann Museum, its employees, or its volunteers responsible for any harm that may result from participation in this program.