William Hoogland (c.1794–1832) was an engraver in Boston, Massachusetts, and New York in the early 19th-century. "Career obscure; but was a designer and engraver of banknotes in New York in 1815." In Boston, contemporaries included Abel Bowen, Annin & Smith, and J.V. Throop. He taught engraving to Joseph Andrews.
"Constitution's escape from the British squadron;" engraved by Hoogland. From Abel Bowen's Naval Monument, 1816
Frontispiece, Boston Monthly Magazine; engraved by Hoogland, 1825
Portrait of Alexander Pope; engraved by Hoogland, ca.1820s-1830s
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