(1889 - 1982)
Cedric Morris was active/lived in United Kingdom. Cedric Morris is known for Floral and landscape painting.
Biography Cedric Morris
Self-taught, in his early years Cedric Morris' work was considered wildly unconventional with his exuberant use of paint and his unworldly depiction that somehow still captured the essence of the subject matter. A style that foretells the work of artists such as Mary Fedden. Having studied in Newlyn, Paris and London in 1926 Morris was nominated for election by Ben and Winifred Nicholson to the Seven and Five Society, later winning several commissions most notably for Shell designing the 'Summer Shell' and 'Gardeners Use Shell' posters.
The 1930's saw Morris moving with his partner Arthur Lett-Haines to Suffolk where he founded the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing, students included Lucian Freud
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