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.
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. Continue reading “Rothko in Britain”
Tom Alexander, who died in 2000, moved to the Isle of Arran in 1947. After having successfully set up a shop with his brother, he wanted to do something ‘public spirited’ and joined the Officers Emergency Army Reserve. Continue reading “The £40 Art Collection”
Focusing on the innovative and the experimental, The Moderns, will explore the development of modernity in Ireland through the visual arts in the period between 1900 to 1975. Continue reading “The Moderns”