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Last NameMoran    
Given NameThomas    
alt. NamesT. M. ; T-Y-M: Thomas "Yellowstone" Moran ;    
MarriageScottish born etcher and landscape painter Mary Nimmo Moran (1842–1899)    
Childrentwo daughters and a son    
Year born1837 in Bolton, Lancashire, England    
Year died1926    
Place of deathSanta Barbara, California    
Father's occupation    
Relatives3 brothers Edward (1829-1901), John (1831-1902), Peter (1841-1914); nephews Edward Percy Moran (1862–1935) & Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (1863-193    
Educationapprentice to the Philadelphia wood-engraving firm Scattergood & Telfer; local painter James Hamilton     
Country of ActivityUnited States of America    
Worked forFerdinand Hayden's Survey ; Orestes St John: Report Geol. Field Work Teton Div. (1879) ; Clarence E Dutton: Tertiary Hist Grand Ganion (1882) ;    
PatronageU.S. Geological Survey (field artist); National Academy of Design (member since 1884)    
Collaboratorssurvey photographer William Henry Jackson, succeeded by -> William Henry Holmes; artist William Henry Holmes    
Techniquesgeological field survey, landscape painting, watercolours, and drawing    
Sample(s)de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Thomas_Moran_-_Grand_Canyon_of_the_Yellowstone.jpg ; en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Shoshone_Falls_Idaho_Thomas_Moran.jpg    
Archival sourcesSmithsonian American Art Museum ;    
Published sourcesJ. L.Kinsey: T. M. & Surveying American West 1992: 43-92 ; Anthony R. Orme in Patrick Wyse Jackson: 4 Centuries Geological Travel 2007:274 ;    
otherWas field artist for expedition to Yellowstone Park.    

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