Andover Artist - Maud Morgan

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Maude Morgan, who exhibited with Jackson Pollack, worked in watercolors, oils, and gouache. An abstract and representational artist, she created collages and screen prints. She taught at Abbot Academy and her works were shown at the Addison Gallery. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston honors her with annual Maud Morgan Award.
Maude Morgan, who exhibited with Jackson Pollack, worked in watercolors, oils, and gouache. An abstract and representational artist, she created collages and screen prints. She taught at Abbot Academy and her works were shown at the Addison Gallery. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston honors her with annual Maud Morgan Award.
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The Maud Morgan Arts center in Cambridge provides a forum for emerging artists for collaboration.
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The Maud Morgan Arts Center, created as a tribute provides a forum for emerging artists for collaboration.
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*"Local Artist Maud Morgan Dies", ''Eagle Tribune'', March 15, 1999, page 4.
*[http://maudmorgan.com/ Maud Morgan Arts]
*[http://maudmorgan.com/ Maud Morgan Arts]
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*[http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=49007 Maud Morgan Award]
 
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Maude Morgan, who exhibited with Jackson Pollack, worked in watercolors, oils, and gouache. An abstract and representational artist, she created collages and screen prints. She taught at Abbot Academy and her works were shown at the Addison Gallery. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston honors her with annual Maud Morgan Award.

The Maud Morgan Arts Center, created as a tribute provides a forum for emerging artists for collaboration.


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  • "Local Artist Maud Morgan Dies", Eagle Tribune, March 15, 1999, page 4.
  • Maud Morgan Arts


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