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Morland, George

Morland, George (1763-1804), a talented and prolific painter, was the son of a portrait-painter of the same name. He is said to have exhibited at the Royal Academy at the age of ten. As a young man he ran away to Paris. He then settled at Kensal Green, and married a sister of William Ward. Of his numerous pictures, most represent scenes from country life; but there are many sea pieces. His Farmer's Stable is in the National Gallery, London.