Edward Bowers was active/lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania. Edward Bowers is known for portrait, allegorical figure and still life painting.
Biography Edward Bowers
Elected a member of the National Academy of Design in 1861 and a painter of portraits, genre and still life paintings, Edward Bowers was an artist about whom there is minimal information including birth and death places. His painting, Fruit and Wine, in the Boston Museum and dated 1865, is his most famous work.
As early as 1822, Bowers was known to have been in Baltimore where he was doing "imitative" paintings such as Italian Peasant, The Monk and Teaching Young Vampa to Read. From 1854 to 1860, he lived in Philadelphia and exhibiting at the Pennsylvania Academy, showed work that showed much improved skill and originality from his earlier painting. The majority were portraits but he also did fi
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