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Washington Bogart (WB) Cooper

 (1802 - 1889)
Washington Bogart (W.B.) Cooper was active/lived in Tennessee, Louisiana.  Washington Cooper is known for itinerant portrait painting.

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Washington Bogart (W.B.) Cooper


Washington Bogart Cooper made at least one painting trip along the Mississippi River to Natchez, Mississippi, and New Orleans in 1838-39. Known as an itinerant portrait painter, Cooper worked in Memphis, Chattanooga, and Knoxville, Tennessee, 1858.

He also visited Cincinnati, Philadelphia, and New York City, in 1841-42. His home with his wife and three children was Nashville, Tennessee.

His younger brother, William Brown Cooper was also a portrait painter, they are often confused as they both were listed in directories and signed their work as "W.B. Cooper".

They even collaborated on a project for the Tennessee Historical Society, completing portraits for every Tennessee governor in the 1850s.


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About  Washington Bogart (W.B.) Cooper

Born:  1802 - near Jonesboro, Tennessee
Died:   1889 - Nashville, Tennessee
Known for:  itinerant portrait painting