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Cobalt Predominates by William Scott

Cobalt Predominates by William Scott

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Edition Size: 72

Dimensions: 38.6 x 57.6 cm

Reference: Archeus #35


Condition: Pristine

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William Scott (1913-1989)
Screen print on wove paperPrinted by Kelpra Studios, London
Published by Leslie Waddington Prints, London
Signed and dated “W. SCOTT 72” in pencil LR
Numbered 41/72 in pencil within the image LL
Inscribed with artist’s name and title and printer’s stamp on verso
Condition – Excellent

Note – From the portfolio A Poem for Alexander a suite of 17 prints – Scott wrote a poem title ‘Towards Euclid’ which became the inspiration for the works.

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The Artist

William Scott

British artist William Scott CBE RA, born in in Greenock, Scotland in February 1913, was best known for still-life and abstract painting. He is possibly the most internationally celebrated Ulster painter of the 20th-century. Scott’s father was a house painter and writer of signs. Scott studied at the Model School and took evening art classes at a Technical School where he was taught by Kathleen Bridle. He moved to Belfast College of Art in 1928, and went on to win a scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools in London in 1931. In London, he gained a silver medal and became a Landseer scholar of painting. During this time Scott shared rooms with three painters, Alfred Janes, Mervyn Levy and the poet Dylan Thomas.

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