Edward Percy Moran

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Edward Percy Moran
EducationPennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, National Academy of Design
Known forPainting
AwardsFirst Hallgarten Prize (1886)

Edward Percy Moran (1862–1935), sometimes known as Percy Moran, was an American artist known for his scenes of American history.

He was born in Philadelphia to Edward Moran, a notable artist who emigrated from England to the United States. He studied under his father and at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the National Academy of Design. He was a painter of historical American subjects, and examples of his work are found in many prominent collections. He died in New York City in 1935.

His brother Leon Moran (born 1864), his uncles Peter Moran (born 1842) and Thomas Moran, and his cousin Jean Leon Gerome Ferris were also prominent American artists.[1]


  1. ^ School Education Published by School Education Co., 1898 Item notes: v. 17 (1898) [1]

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