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Percy Bysshe Shelley and Miss Phillips at Warwick Street Printery, Worthing, 1810
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Worthing Museum and Art Gallery

Percy Bysshe Shelley and Miss Phillips at Warwick Street Printery, Worthing, 1810 c.1940

Charles Alfred Morris (1898–1983)

Worthing Museum and Art Gallery
Painter in oil and watercolour, especially of Sussex scenes, who was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He studied at Brighton College of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. Later became principal of Worthing School of Art and head of drawing and painting at Brighton College of Art. Was for a time president of the Society of Sussex Painters. Morris exhibited RA, RWS and RBA, of which he was a member, and elsewhere. Eastbourne, Brighton and Worthing galleries hold his work. Worthing held a centenary show in 1998. Lived at Kingsley, Bordon, Hampshire.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)


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