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Colin Campbell Cooper  American  1856 -1937
Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 
Active:  California, United States 
Studied: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
Academie Julien, Paris 
Ecole Delecluse, Paris 
Instructors: Thomas Eakins 
Examples of Work: Cincinnati Art Museum 
Dallas Art Association, Texas 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia 
Reading Museum of Fine Arts, Pennsylvania 
Art Club of Philadelphia 
Boston Art Club 
Lotos Club, New York City 
St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Impressionism
Subjects Known For: City Scene
Memberships: National Academy of Design p. ANA 1908; NA 1912
American Federation of Artists 
American Watercolor Society 
New York Watercolor Club 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
Philadelphia Watercolor Club 
Teaching Positions: School of Painting at Santa Barbara School for the Arts 
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Collin Campbell Cooper was born in Philadelphia in 1856 and died in Santa Barbara, California on November 6, 1937. He began his formal training at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Thomas Eakins. In 1885, Cooper... (More)

Colin Campbell Cooper was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1856 into an upper class family. Encouraged to pursue and art career, Cooper was further motivated by the art exposition at the Philadelphia Expo of 187... (More)

A noted Impressionist who worked throughout the United States, Europe, and India, Colin Campbell Cooper made a name for himself with his modern street scenes and architectural cityscapes. Born in Philadelphia, Cooper studied... (More)

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