Russell, Morgan

Russell, Morgan,

1886–1953, American painter, b. New York City. Russell, together with Stanton Macdonald-WrightMacdonald-Wright, Stanton,
1890–1973, American artist, b. Charlottsville, Va. Macdonald-Wright was among the first Americans to paint in a totally abstract mode. Together with Morgan Russell, he founded synchromism in 1912.
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, founded synchromism in Paris in 1913. Structuring his paintings on interlocking planes of color, Russell created volume and mass with color alone, as in Synchromy in Orange: To Form (1913–14).

Russell, Morgan

(1886–1953) painter; born in New York City. He settled in Paris (1906), studied with Henri Matisse (1909), returned to America (1946), and died in Philadelphia. He and Stanton McDonald-Wright founded an abstract art movement called synchromism (1913) that focused on the use of color.
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Pictured are pupils Harry Russell, Morgan Hornsby and Niamh Yates
Created from recognized data sources including Standard & Poor's, Frank Russell, Morgan Stanley Capital International, the Federal Reserve, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Before joining Russell, Morgan was director of competition and operations at Irwindale Speedway near Los Angeles and also worked for NASCAR.
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