Thomas Moran. “Autumn on Peconic Bay,” 1904. Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 inches. Private collection.
An example of Moran’s East Hampton themes that emphasize dramatic skies, deep space and complex receding planes constructed with contrasting tonalities and a carefully planned distribution of light. A follower of the Romantic tradition, Moran believed in conveying the subjective spirit, or mood, of a site and composed his paintings in the studio. — Courtesy of East Hampton Historical Society.
Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran House & Studio, c. 1884, East Hampton. Photo, June 24, 2012.
Document Dated September 30, 1884, signed by Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran and friends, discovered by Lee Arnold in a foundation pier during restoration work at the Moran House & Studio, September 9, 2013.
Moran Studio, June, 2012
View of the Thomas & Mary Ninno Moran House across Town Pond. April 26, 2015.
December 15, 2015
August 4, 2017
September 10, 2021
Moran House. Harvey Ginsberg Postcard Collection. Courtesy of the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection.
View Thomas Moran Studio Restoration Portfolios, Month to Month, in AAQ’s Portfolio / Preservation section.
DONATE TO HELP RESTORE THE MORAN HOUSE & VICTORIAN GARDENS
Join us in our efforts to restore this extraordinary studio and home! We would be most happy to receive donations to aid in the restoration of The Studio or restoration of Thomas and Mary Nimmo Moran’s famous Victorian gardens. Or to support education programs about the Moran family and other artists who followed them to East Hampton. –– Thomas Moran Trust.
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Thomas Moran Trust
101 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937