Thomas Corsan Morton

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Thomas Corsan Morton
1859 -1928 Scottish
“One of the Glasgow Boys”

Thomas is a member of the “Glasgow Boys” School of Art. He studied at the Slade School and also in Paris. He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy (49); Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water Colours; Suffolk Street, Royal Society of British Artists; Aberdeen Artists' Society. He was one of the Glasgow School artists, a number of whom he worked with, Paterson, Henry and Walton, studying at W Y McGregor's Bath Street studio in the early 1880s. Thomas was appointed keeper of the National Gallery of Scotland in 1908 and became the first keeper of Kirkcaldy Gallery of Art. He was a Friend of Hornell whom he used to visit and exhibited at Harbour Gallery, Kirkcudbright in 1882. Thomas lived in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Fife.

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