(1771 - 1825)
George Munger was active/lived in Connecticut. George Munger is known for miniature portrait painting and engraving.
Biography George Munger
George Munger [1771-1825], the son of Gilbert Munger's great, great, great grandfather Josiah, was born in Guilford, Connecticut, and lived in New Haven. George was father to Caroline, Clarissa, and George Nicholas, all of whom were artists (see below). He was an engraver and is known for painting portraits and miniatures.
Among his works are The President's House, watercolor of the burned White House, c.1814-1815, White House Historical Association and John Brown, 1815, graphite and wash on paper, 4 1/2 x 3 5/8 in, gift of Miss Emma L. Stokes, acquired 1951, Maryland Historical Society.
"George Munger", Other 19th and Early 20th C. Artists with Surname "Munger, http://www.d.umn.edu/tma
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