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Emma Lampert Cooper, New Mexico Building, San Diego
American Impressionist Emma Lampert Cooper 1855 - 1920, New Mexico Building, San Diego 1916, oil on academy board, 10 1/2" by 8 1/2", signed lower right, titled and dated verso, 17" by 15" framed in high quality 22K gold leaf carved reproduction frame. Architects Rapp and Rapp built the wildly successful New Mexico pavilion for the 1915 Panama-California Exposition in San Diego; they later enlarged and modified the design for The Art Gallery of the Museum of New Mexico that opened in 1917. Artist graduated from Wells College, Aurora, New York. Studied Academie Delecluse in Paris and with Jacob Kever in Holland; Art Students League of New York with Agnes Abbatt and William Merritt Chase; Cooper Union. Traveled widely after her marriage to Colin Campbell Cooper in 1897. Was a founder of Rochester Art Club and taught at Mechanics Institute in Rochester. Exhibited Paris Salon, Boston Art Club, Art Institute of Chicago, National Academy of Design, Columbian Exposition in Chicago 1893, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art.


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