Morgan attended Harvard University where he studied drawing and art history while obtaining a bachelor’s degree in political science. After graduating in 1973, he worked as an architectural draftsman for the Architects’ Design Group in Cambridge, Massachusetts and painted in his spare time.
During the 1990s, he produced a series of prints of Washington, D.C. scenes which were sold widely in the Washington area, and in 2000 he was commissioned to paint a unique series of views of the U.S. Capitol for the Congressional Holiday Ornament program, a series still in use at the Capitol today. He also worked as an architectural designer and consultant for private clients in the Washington area.
Frank Morgan’s home and studio are now in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania where he now devotes his time to historic and religious painting and architectural designing. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.