Alfred George Morgan (1848-1930) was a British landscape, portrait and still life painter in oils and watercolours. Morgan lived all his life in Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast and it was the town, its harbour and the surrounding countryside that became the enduring subject of his painting. He exhibited from 1879 until 1919 both locally but also in some principle a London and provincial galleries including the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists at Suffolk Street, London, the Walker Gallery, Liverpool and with the Royal Society of Artists Birmingham. Throughout this period he lived at 4 Elgin Street, Whitby. His landscape work shows a clears interest of the impressionists.