Emma Lampert Cooper

Emma Lampert Cooper (February 24, 1855 – July 30, 1920) was a painter from Rochester, New York, described as "a painter of exceptional ability". She studied in Rochester, New York at RIT; New York City under William Merritt Chase, Paris at the Académie Delécluse and in the Netherlands under Jacob Simon Hendrik Kever. Cooper won awards at several World's Expositions. She taught art and was an art director. She met her husband, Colin Campbell Cooper in the Netherlands and the two traveled, painted and exhibited their works together. She taught at the Mechanics Institute from 1893 to 1897.