(1829 - 1870)
Edward Hooper was active/lived in New York. Edward Hooper is known for watercolorist, wood engraver.
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Wood engraver and watercolorist, Edward Hooper was one of the founders of the American Watercolor Society. He was born and educated in London and moved to New York in the early 1850s were he worked as a wood engraver and watercolor painter.
Source: Groce and Wallace, "Dictionary of Artists in America"