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Thomas was a prolific artist, working an average of 13 hours a day throughout his life ...with age doing little to slow him down. His only relief was the periodic travel to the scenic vistas of this country, and study in Europe. During the later years he spent more and more of their time in California.



The West dominated most of his work, and the subject to which he returned most frequently was the Grand Canyon...paying his last visit in May of 1922. In the fall of 1922 the him and his wife left East Hampton and moved to the warmer climate of Santa Barbara, California. Thomas Moran died at the age of 90, on August 25, 1926.













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