Friday, 3 August 2012

Thomas Moran - part 5

Thomas Moran (1837 – 1926) originally from Bolton, England was an American painter and printmaker of the Hudson River School in New York whose work often featured the Rocky Mountains. Moran and his family took residence in New York where he obtained work as an artist. A talented illustrator and colourist, Moran was hired as an illustrator at Scribner's Monthly. During the late 1860s, he was appointed the chief illustrator of the magazine, a position that helped him launch his career as one of the premier painters of the American landscape.

Moran along with Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Hill, and William Keith are sometimes referred to as belonging to the Rocky Mountain School of landscape painters because of all of the Western landscapes made by this group.

This is part 5 of a 5-part post on the works on the works of Thomas Moran. Works appear chronologically, but a number of undated works appear in this final part. For biographical notes on Moran see part 1.

1908 An Indian Pueblo, Laguna, New Mexico 
oil on canvas 64.1 x 76.8 cm

c1912 Grand Canyon of Arizona from Hermit Rim Road

1913 A Miracle of Nature 
oil on canvas 51.1 x 76.5 cm

1916 Hopi Village, Arizona 
oil on canvas

1916 Zion Valley, South Utah 
oil on canvas 55.9 x 107.3 cm

1919 Lower Falls, Yellowstone Canyon 
oil on canvas

1921 Grand Canyon 
oil on canvas

n.d. A Deer in a Mountain Landscape 
watercolour 25.4 x 35.9 cm

n.d. Castle Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin

n.d. Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

n.d. Great Blue Springs, Lower Geyser Basin

n.d. Liberty Cap

n.d. Lower Falls of Yellowstone

n.d. Lower Yellowstone Range

n.d. Sunset, Pueblo del Wape, Arizona 
oil on canvas

n.d. The Coast of Florida 
oil on canvas

n.d. The Tetons

n.d. The Towers of Tower Falls

n.d. Tower Falls and Sulphur Mountain

n.d. Tower Falls

n.d. Upper Falls of the Yellowstone

n.d. White Mountain Hot Springs

n.d. Yellowstone Range from near Fort Ellis

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