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Fred (Frederick) Morgan

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A.k.a.:  Frederick Morgan.   145 auction records.  
Fred (Frederick) Morgan (1847/56 - 1927) was active/lived in United Kingdom, England.  Fred Morgan is known for Child and idyllic genre painting, portraits.

Biography photo for Fred (Frederick) Morgan During the nineteenth century in England, domestic subjects of family at home, children at play and others of the same sort were among the most popular type of genre paintings.  Frederick Morgan was one of the greatest British genre painters of his time specializing in happy childhood scenes.   His works were very popular as attested by the large number of reproductions created and sold during his lifetime.   In an article entitled "The Art of Mr. Fred Morgan" (The Windsor Magazine, June 1905, pg. 18), John Oldcastle wrote:

"An artist of his era in his choice of child-subjects, he is also of his generation in his methods, reminding us in his sympathies now of this contemporary, now of that.  Yet, he has kept to his own chosen way with the vigilance of a palmer, the shrine of childhood always before him as his goal.  Where is the child, his Holy Land is there.    On that heavenly city he has kept a   ...  [Displaying 1000 of 7609 characters.]  Artist bio

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Facts about Fred (Frederick) Morgan

   Fred (Frederick) Morgan  Born:  1847/56 - London, England
Died:   1927 - England
Known for:  Child and idyllic genre painting, portraits
Name variants:  Frederick Morgan

During the nineteenth century in England, domestic subjects of family at home, children at play and others of the same sort were among the most popular type of genre paintings.  Frederick Morgan was one of the greatest British genre painters of his time specializing in happy childhood scenes.   His works were very popular as attested by the large number of reproductions created and sold during his lifetime.   In an article entitled "The Art of Mr. Fred Morgan" (The Windsor Magazine, June 1905, pg. 18), John Oldcastle wrote:

"An artist of his era in his choice of child-subjects, he is also of his generation in his methods, reminding us in his sympathies now of this contemporary, no  ...  Displaying 750 of 7609 characters.

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