Copeland, Alfred Bryant(American, c.1840)
A painter, born in Boston, Massachusetts, about 1840. He studied in the Royal academy at Antwerp, lived in that City for several years, and brought to Boston a large number of original paintings and copies. He became art professor in the University of St. Louis, but about 1877 opened a studio in Paris, where he worked in crayon and oils. He exhibited church interiors in the Paris salon in 1877-'8, and sent to Boston a collection of street scenes in Paris.

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