As a teenager Alfred Morang took to the nightclubs of Boston with his trusty violin. He had been a sickly child, bedridden and unable to attend school, though his mother and uncle recognized his fiery creativity and hired private tutors for music and painting. Morang grew from a talented tot to a full-fledged young Renaissance Man, and his passionate musical performances earned him enough money to thrive as a performer. This became the beginning of a lifelong artistic journey.
A century later, Morang’s violin launched yet another adventure. Read more on the Matthews Gallery blog.