The Mourners

Ed Morgan

The Mourners, Prints by Ed Morgan
  • Morgan blind embossing
  • Morgan engraving
Savvy Price $750.00
Gallery Price $1,200.00
The Mourners
Ed Morgan
Blind embossing & engraving on tan paper
46/ 50
Paper size
10" height X 13" width
Floated away from 3 paper window mat board, regular glass, gold finished wood molding
Frame size
20" height X 22 1/2' width
"Ed Morgan 1990" at viewer's lower right in graphite
Date of creation
Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed
Jo Bur
About The The Mourners

Gorgeous execution !

About Ed Morgan
(1943-2014) "Using a combination of engraving and embossing, Ed Morgan became a master engraver depicting a variety of subjects including Native Americans, animals, birds and flowers. 

He grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, with a father who made all of his toys by hand, many of them with Southwest motifs. After his father's death, he lived with grandparents on a farm in northeast Missouri, and he had to travel 30 miles to school. In grade school, he began winning art competitions. 

He moved to Kansas City, became a professional musician, and enrolled at the Kansas City Art Institute where he got a reputation for his execution of fine detail. He then worked for nearly twelve years as an illustrator- engraver for Hallmark Cards and later with American Greeting Cards. 

A trip to Taos, New Mexico to pick up frozen buffalo hides changed his life, and he subsequently moved there and to engraving added jewelry making. In this regard, he described himself as a sculptor who carves in metal and then embellished his work with silk, which he fused onto the paper. He hand colored his engravings with watercolor.

In Taos, an exhibition of his work was held at the Fechin Institute in May-June, 1987. He was the first living artist to have an exhibition at the Fechin Home, as opposed to the studio because Fechin's family believed Fechin would have admired Morgan's innovations." taken from





American Indians


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