(1872 - 1947)
Theodore John Morgan was active/lived in District Of Columbia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio. Theodore Morgan is known for landscape, wild flowers and marine painting, graphic arts.
Biography Theodore Morgan
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Theodore Morgan created original oil landscapes and monotypes from these landscapes. In Cincinnati, he attended the Art Academy as a student of Frank Duveneck, John C. Lutz, Thoma Noble and Lewis Meakin.
He lived and worked in many places including San Antonio and Dallas, Texas, but his primary residence became Washington DC in 1929. There he was a member of the Washington Society of Artists and the National Arts Club.
He also lived in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Among his association memberships were the New York Water Color Club, the San Antonio Art League, and the San Diego Art Association. He itinerantly traveled the West in the 1920s and 30s, spending months in Ca
... Displaying 750 of 867 characters.