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Artist Morgan Evelyn De (1855-1919)

Images in collection: 27
Additional information about the artist and his work
Total pages: (2)

The Sea Maidens

Information: 1885-86. Oil on canvas, 64x125

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

The Sea Maidens

The Crown of Glory

Information: 1896. In the background the mystical marriage of Saint Francis ofAssisi to Lady Poverty

The Crown of Glory

Cadmus and Harmonia

Information: Cadmus approaches his wife of Harmony under the guise of a snake, - Ovid, Metamorphoses IV, 595-597

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

Cadmus and Harmonia

Moonbeams Dipping into the Sea

Information: Oil on canvas, 81x52

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

Moonbeams Dipping into the Sea

Phosphorus and Hesperus

Information: 1882. Oil on canvas, 60x44

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

Phosphorus and Hesperus

The Angel with the Serpent

Information: 1890. Oil on canvas, 89.5 × 112.4

Location: Private Collection

The Angel with the Serpent

Boreas and Oreithyia

Information: 1896. Oil on canvas, 165x99

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

Boreas and Oreithyia

Love’s Passing

Information: 1883-1884

Love’s Passing

Flora

Information: 1890

Location: London, The de Morgan Foundation

Flora

Hope In The Prison Of Despair

Hope In The Prison Of Despair

Medea

Information: 1889. Oil on canvas, 149.8 × 88.9

Location: Art Gallery and Museum of Williamson, Merseyside

Medea

Aphrodite

Aphrodite

Aurora Triumphans, or Dawn

Information: 1876. Oil on canvas, 120 x 170

Location: Russell-Cotes Art Gallery, Bournemouth.

Aurora Triumphans, or Dawn

Queen Eleanor And Fair Rosamund

Queen Eleanor And Fair Rosamund

The Little Sea Maid

Information: 75x48

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

The Little Sea Maid

Night and Sleep

Information: 1878. oil on canvas, 42 × 62 cm

Location: The De Morgan Centre, Guildford, Surrey, England.

Night and Sleep

Boreas or Eithyia

Boreas or Eithyia

Clytie

Information: 1886-87. Oil on canvas, 103.9x44.4

Clytie (or Clytia) was a water nymph, daughter of Oceanus and Tethys in Greek mythology. She loved Helios in vain.

Location: Private Collection

Clytie

The Dryad

Information: 1884-85. Oil on panel, 107.8x43.8

Location: The De Morgan Centre, London

The Dryad

Loves Passing

Loves Passing

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