William Scott at the Ulster Museum

Still Life with Orange Note, 1970

25 October 2013 - 2 February 2014

The Ulster Museum marks the centenary of the birth of William Scott (1913-1989) with this major retrospective.

Across a career spanning six decades, Scott produced an extraordinary body of work that has secured his reputation as one of the leading British painters of his generation.

Exhibiting in America and Europe from the early 1950s, Scott is renowned for his powerful handling of paint in his exploration of still life, landscape and the nude.

This major exhibition, developed in collaboration with Tate St Ives and The Hepworth, Wakefield, marks the achievements of this internationally acclaimed modern painter and draws on collections across the UK and Ireland.

It is the first major showing of the artist in the UK for over 20 years.

Opening Hours
10.00am - 5.00pm

Exhibition is free located in Art Zone, level 4 in the Ulster Museum.

Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens
Northern Ireland

Tel: +44 (0)28 9044 0000


For those who were unable to attend any of the William Scott centenary 2013 exhibitions, we have a limited amount of catalogues available for £15 (inc p&p) featuring all of the paintings exhibited at Tate St. Ives, The Hepworth Wakefield and the Ulster Museum, Belfast. Please email archive@williamscott.org if you are interested in obtaining one.

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William Scott Centenary Exhibition 2013 catalogue