Albert Morrow (1863-1927) was an Irish painter, illustrator, and cartoonist. He was born in Comber, County Down, North Ireland, on 26 April 1863. Morrow's family includes several artists including his father, the painter and decorator George Morrow, as well as brothers George Morrow (1869–1955) and Jack Morrow (1872–1926). He was educated at the Government School of Art in Belfast and at the Royal College of Art in Kensington. Morrow contributed illustrations to many periodicals including Illustrated Bits, Good Words, and Punch. In 1884 he joined the staff of the English Illustrated Magazine. Morrow exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, Municipal Art Gallery, Belfast, and he was a member of the Belfast Art Society. Morrow died in West Hoathly, Sussex, 26 October 1927.
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