The Harbour, 1952 26 October 2012
A major work by the leading British painter William Scott (1913-1989) has been pledged to Tate by the artist’s sons, James and Robert Scott, to mark the centenary of his birth in 2013.
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11 – 14 October 2012
McCaffrey Fine Art is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of paintings by the renowned British artist William Scott (1913-1989) at Frieze Masters. The exhibition will be on view in Regent’s Park from 11-14 October and will feature 10 large format works dated from 1965-1980. Continue reading “McCaffrey Fine Art’s William Scott solo exhibition at Frieze Masters”
Mackerel on a Plate, 1952 October 2012
Tate St Ives: 26 January – 6 May 2013
Hepworth Wakefield: 25 May – 29 September 2013
Ulster Museum, Belfast: 25 October 2013 – 2 February 2014 Continue reading “William Scott Touring Centenary Exhibition”
Bowl, Eggs and Lemons, 1950 September 2012
Habitat has launched an exclusive portfolio of art prints, including works by William Scott, selected by curator, Jenny Blyth.
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Yellow Matrix, 1962 26 June 2012
The Queen paid a historic visit to William Scott’s home town of Enniskillen on 26 June 2012.
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18 December 2011
Robert Scott was interviewed on Sunday 18 December 2011 by Shaun Ley from the BBC on the subject of the implementation the Artists Resale Rights Regulations.
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William Scott with Still Life with Fish, 1955 October 2011
The software company Filemaker have this month published a story about how the William Scott Foundation have set up databases as the receptor for information and images being gathered to be used for the preparation of the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonne.
You can read it here
Slagheap Landscape, 1952 10 September – 5 November 2011
The World We Live In celebrates 40 years of the Turnpike Gallery with works by 24 artists specially selected from the Arts Council Collection. Continue reading “The World We Live In”
William Scott and Mark Rothko, Somerset, 1959. Photograph © James Scott 9 September 2011 – 26 February 2012
In 1953 whilst in New York William Scott met Rothko, the first British artist to do so. They became close friends and when Rothko came to Britain in 1959 he stayed with William Scott’s family in their cottage in Somerset.
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The Frying Pan, 1946 August 2011
The BBC and the Public Catalogue Foundation have launched the
Your Paintings website with the help of participating collections and museums from across the UK. Continue reading “Your Paintings”