“Edward Hopper’s Eastham” with Bob Seay

10:00 a.m. Sunday, June 26, 2022 

American Realist Edward Hopper (1882-1967) is most often associated with Truro, where he and his wife, Josephine, spent their summers and where Hopper did some of his most well-known paintings. But in her diaries, Jo remarks that Eastham was one of her husband’s favorite towns on the Cape. In this illustrated talk, broadcast journalist Bob Seay shares insights gleaned from years of researching Hopper and his paintings of Eastham locations and landscapes, and in particular Hopper’s painting “Church in Eastham” depicting the Chapel in the Pines where this talk is being given.