Maud Morgan
1903–1999

Introduction

Maud (Cabot) Morgan (March 1, 1903 – March 14, 1999) was an American modern artist and teacher who is best known for her abstract expressionism. She mentored Frank Stella and Carl Andre, and had art pieces shown alongside such notable contemporaries as Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. Morgan's life began in New York City to an aristocratic family. She was also known as Boston's Modernist Doyenne.

She died from complications resulting from pneumonia in 1999.

Wikidata identifier

Q16014458

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Introduction

Morgan was called "Boston's modernist doyenne" and left 80 years worth of wide-ranging works from abstracts to still lifes and self-portraits as well as collages. She exhibited alongside Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko.

Roles

Artist, painter

ULAN identifier

500037780

Names

Maud Morgan, Maud Cabot

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