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Thomas Moran  American  1837 -1926  fl (1837-1926)
Born: Bolton, Lancashire, England 
Died: Santa Barbara, California  
Active: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  
Newark, New Jersey  1872
New York, New York  
East Hampton, New York  
Santa Barbara, California  1916-on
Addresses:  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  until 1872 
 Newark, New Jersey  1872-1874 
 New York, New York  1872-1874 
 East Hampton, New York   
 Santa Barbara, California  1916-on 
Studied: Philadelphia 1853
London 1861-62
Paris 1861-62
Italy 1861-62
Instructors: Edward Moran 1853
James Hamilton 
Exhibited: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1856-1880, 1889, 1892, 1895, 1905
National Academy of Design 1857-1922
Brooklyn Art Association 1862, 1878-1885
Paris Salon 1867
Centennial Exhibition 1876 Philadelphia 
Boston Art Club 1879-1881
New York Etching Club 1880s
Art Institute of Chicago 1898-1904
Pan American Exposition 1901
American Art Society, Philadelphia 1902
Parrish Art Museum 1984
Examples of Work: Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York City 
Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 
Milwaukee Art Center, Wisconsin 
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC 
Newark Museum, New Jersey 
Philadelphia Museum of Art 
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. 
Rockwell Gallery, Corning, New York 
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Hudson River School
Subjects Known For: Landscapes
Memberships: National Academy of Design ANA 1881; NA 1884
American Watercolor Society 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
Salmagundi Club, New York 1888
Century Association 
Lotus Club 
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Thomas Moran studied art with his brother Edward with which he shared a studio. Moran also traveled to London, Paris and Italy to experience more artistic influences. He was definitely the most famous of the Moran artist... (More)

Thomas Moran was born in Bolton, Lancashire, England in 1837. His family came to the United States when he was seven; of the seven children, three of his brothers, Edward, John and Peter, became artists of renown. Edwa... (More)

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