(1876 - 1926)
Morgan Colt was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Morgan Colt is known for metal work, landscape and coastal view painting, architect.
Biography Morgan Colt
Part of the Pennsylvania School, impressionists who painted in
Bucks County, Pennsylvania and who were regarded as the leading
landscape school in the early part of the 20th century, Morgan Colt had
joined the group in 1912. Along with Edward Redfield, Daniel
Garber, Robert Spencer, Charles Rosen, William Lathrop and Rae Sloan
Bredin, they eschewed modernism and exhibited together, calling
themselves the New Hope Group.
However Colt was better known for crafts than for painting, but he did
exhibit paintings with the New Hope Group in 1916 and 1917 at the
Cincinnati Art Museum, Detroit Art Institute, Corcoran Gallery, the
Carnegie Institute and the Arlington Gallery in New York
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