John Morgan (artist)
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John Morgan (1822 – 1885) was a successful English genre artist.
Born in Pentonville London, Morgan studied at the School of Design, London and also trained in Paris under Thomas Couture (1815-1879). Whilst living in Aylesbury in 1861, he found fame with his paintings "Gentlemen of the Jury" and "The Country Auction". A member of the Society of British Artists (SBA), his work was influenced by Thomas Webster and William Powell Frith.
- Art by John Morgan (Artnet)
- Which hand is it? (Painting, 1865)
- The Lion and the Lamd (Painting, 1861)
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