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Scalpay by William Scott

by William Scott

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Edition Size: 65

Image Size: 50.6 x 65 cm

Sheet Size: 50.6 x 65 cm

Reference: Archeus 18, Tate Collection, P06557; British Council, P802; National Gallery of Victoria, Australia, P76.7-1992


Condition: Pristine

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A wonderful example of an early work by Scott. As included in Europaeische Graphik I portfolio, printed by Curwen Studio, published by Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer, Munich.

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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