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Frederick Morgan BiographyEnglish painter
born 1847 - died 1927
Alice Mary Havers (1850-1890).
Frederick Morgan was born in
London, England in 1847. His father John
Morgan (1823-1886) was a genre artist who
received his training in Paris France under
the French painter and teacher
(1815-1879). Frederick Morgan was known as “Jury
Morgan,” after the success of one of his
pictures entitled The Gentlemen of the Jury,
and was a member of the Society of British
Artists, as well as a regular exhibiter at
the Royal Academy. (Oldcastle, pg. 4) As
John Morgan firmly believed in the
importance of learning art at a young age,
Frederick Morgan took his son Fred (as
he was called) out
of school when he was fourteen years old to
begin his art instruction with him.
|Fred’s scenes of idyllic childhood became so popular that thousands of reproductions of Frederick Morgan paintings were made and sold. Among them were Now For The Baby Dogs (c.1891), a color chromolithograph that was offered with Father Christmas, (an annual children’s magazine). This issue of the magazine enjoyed great success to the extent that all three print runs of the magazine were sold out by mid December. Three photogravures of one of best known Frederick Morgan paintings entitled Queen Alexandra, Her Grandchildren and Dogs (1902, dogs painted by T. Blinks) were hung in Buckingham Palace. Like his contemporaries, John Everett Millais (1829-1896) and Arthur Elsley, Morgan’s sentimental work was in high demand by advertisers. The Bath – His Turn Next (c. 1891) depicting children and a dog (painted by Elsley), and a Pears’ bar of soap serves as an example. Engravings of this image appeared in several publications including the back cover of The Gentlewomen, and Pears Annual 1915, and were also reproduced as a show-card illustrated in Modern 1926.|
|Fred Morgan married three times. His first wife was the genre and landscape artist Alice Havers (1850-1890) and together they had three children. Their eldest son became an artist and exhibited landscape and figure subjects regularly at the Royal Academy under the name Val Havers. With his second wife, Frederick Morgan had two children, one of whom also became an artist. During his lifetime Fred exhibited more than two hundred Frederick Morgan paintings at various exhibitions. These included the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of Oil Painters (of which Frederick Morgan was a founding member), Burlington House, and the Manchester City Art Gallery.|
|Frederick Morgan paintings can be seen in the following museums and galleries in the United Kingdom: Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Lancashire; Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Burnley, Lancashire; City Art Gallery, Leeds; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; Russell-Cotes Museum, Bournemouth; and Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight.|
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