(1909 - 1984)
Floyd D. Hopper was active/lived in Indiana. Floyd Hopper is known for watercolor painting, woodcuts, lithographs, teaching.
Biography Floyd Hopper
Born in Martin County, Indiana, Floyd Hopper had a career that spanned six decades. He was a painter specializing in watercolor but also worked with oils. In addition he was a lithographer and teacher who lived in Indianapolis and Noblesville.
He studied at the John Herron Art School and at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and was a member of the Indiana Art Club. In 1933, he came under the regionalist painting influence of Thomas Hart Benton, a style he also learned to appreciate at the Herron School.
During World War II, he worked as a wood-pattern maker in the defense industry, and after the war, he helped found Noblesville Casting Company.
Among his illustration venues were the Hoosier S
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