Rowena Morgan-Cox

Director. 19th and 20th Century Art and Design

Rowena Morgan-Cox specialises in late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century fine and decorative arts. She joined The Fine Art Society in 2011 from Agnew’s Gallery. Prior to that she completed her MA at the Courtauld Institute of Art in nineteenth-century European painting and sculpture.


During her time at the gallery Rowena has organised numerous exhibitions including Gerald Laing: A Retrospective, Modern British Women, Gordon Reece: The Art of Collecting and Modern British Sculpture. Rowena managed the sale of the John Scott Collection of decorative art and sculpture, the largest single project the gallery had ever undertaken selling works to distinguished international museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Huntington Library, San Marino; the Detroit Institute of Art; and in the UK the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh; The Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.


Rowena has given many talks on British art and design as well as the gallery’s history. In 2015 she joined the committee of the Decorative Arts Society.




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