Philip Morsberger

Baltimore native Philip Morsberger (b. 1933) studied at Oxford in the mid -1950's and from 1971-1984 was the university's Ruskin Master of Drawing.  He used the prestigious position to develop and head a now renowned, full blown art department at Oxford University, In the United States, Morsberger has taught at Harvard University, Dartmouth University, UC Berkeley, the California College of Arts and Crafts, Miami University and other institutions.  He retired from teaching after a five year stint as William S. Morris Eminent Scholar in Art at Augusta State University in Augusta, Ga.  His work is in several museum collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Art. 

"Pilgrim (no.2)" 1986-2000 (oil)<br/>68 1/2" x 35" SOLD
"Notary Sojac" 1994-2008 (oil) 69" x 37" $ 16,000.
"Epiphany" 1992-2000 (oil) 68" x 48" $ 16,000.
"Reflections" 1996-2010 (oil) 68 1/2" x 42" SOLD
"The Philosopher" 1992-2010 (oil) 68" x 35 1/2" $ 16,000.
"Man Reflecting" 1999-2006 (oil) 69 x 39 3/4" $ 16,000.
"In Transit" 1982 (marker on paper) 23 1/4" x 29 1/4" $ 3,000.
"Pilgrims" 1985 (marker on paper) 23 1/4 x 29 1/4 $ 3,000.
"A Touch of Silver" 1997-1998 (Oil) 69 1/4" x 45" $ 16,000.
"Ascension" 1999-2001 (oil) 69 3/4" x 44 $ 16,000.
"Emergence" 1992-2002 (oil) 69" x 35" $ 16,000.