(1829 - 1888)
William Momberger was active/lived in New York. William Momberger is known for illustrator, landscape, lithographer.
Biography William Momberger
Born in Germany, William Momberger was a landscape painter and lithographer, who became especially noted for his book and newspaper illustrations and as a banknote designer. He arrived in the United States in 1848, and worked in New York City as a lithographer with John Caughey, wood engraver. He also did illustrations for the "Cyclopedia of American Literature" by Duyckinck and the "Gallery of American Landscape Artists".
In 1865, he traveled into Midwestern states and shortly after, opened a studio in Morrisania, New York, where he was until 1888, possibly later. He is documented to that time, but his death date is unknown.
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"