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Colin SCOTT

1941—2006

Born and brought up in Sunderland, it was there that he attended the College of Art, and met his future wife, Patricia. He was also the brother of the artist Eric SCOTT.

A familiar and much-missed figure of the Penzance arts community, Colin kept his studio in the town centre, close by the Penzance School of Art in which he taught and inspired hundreds of students through the years. His prodigious talent meant that he could create paintings in all genres, and excelled in all. His encouragement to pupils was legendary, and at the Penzance Arts Club, and the Penzance School of English (where he also tutored for many years) his talents as a teacher were always noted and appreciated.

For some years he was a principal partner in the artists' exhibiting circle at the Victoria Studios. He also exhibited at Rainyday Gallery, Penzance.

Eric SCOTT

1945—2005

Brother of the late Cornish-based artist and teacher of art, Colin SCOTT who died the following year. Eric's death affected Colin greatly.  The latter was a talented artist, but does not appear to have exhibited in Cornwall. Born at Durham in Sunderland, he studied for a foundation course at the Durham College of Art before winning the 1966 Pernod Art Competition.  Working later in London, his dealer was Nicholas Treadwell.  Collectors of his work included Beatle Paul McCartney and prime minister Harold Wilson for whom he created portraits.

After travels and exhibitions in America, he settled near Cannes, France.  His works are held by Saatchi and Saatchi and by the Sunderland Art Gallery. 

J SCOTT

Gunnis notes that his tablets are carefully carved and carried out. Examples of his work include those commemorating James Pascoe 1813 and Philothea Thompson 1825, at Gulval; William Nicholls 1815 at Madron; Mary Harrison 1820 and John Rogers 1821 at Helston.

James Marshall SCOTT

1849—1920

James Marshall Scott was born in Penzance to James Scott and his wife Amelia Harris. He was the eldest of at least 11 children. A statuarist, sculptor and painter, he married Elizabeth Helen Crocker in 1872. They lived at Alverton, Penzance and had at least 6 children. His younger brother, Bernard Adams SCOTT (b. 1856) was also a sculptor.

James Marshall Scott emigrated to Canada, where he died in 1920.

His great-great-grandson is a correspondent of 2017. He has in his possession a seascape by his ancestor.

Jane SCOTT

Painter of landscapes, seascapes

John SCOTT

There are dates for a John Scott (1802-1885) who may have been the artist who painted the 19th century image of Lanyon Cromlech near Penzance.  However that John Scott was born and died in South Shields, and worked there most of his life.  He was known as a landscape and marine painter who specialised in sailing ships.  However he may also have sailed in these and painted on lands where he stepped ashore.  Lanyon Quoit is the name of this assemblage of stones in the present day, and the relative formality of the title given to the painting indicates this John Scott was probably a visitor.

Nevertheless, this is only conjecture, as the painting as seen gives no other clues except the signature and title written verso. Alternatively the artist may have been a talented amateur with that fairly common name.

 

Lawrence SCOTT

1859—

Recorded as an Artist Sculptor living in Falmouth, originally of Wakefield, North Yorkshire.

May SCOTT

1914—1986

See May DAVIS

Patricia SCOTT

Patricia Scott studied at Sunderland College of Art during the 1960s. She then moved to London, where she worked for a number of years. In 1974 she moved to Cornwall and started to work with textiles while raising a family. In 1985 she returned to painting and drawing, combining this with working at Penzance School of Art. In the 1990s she began specialising in water colours and soft pastels, painting full time with occasional teaching at workshops.

Her paintings focus on still life, and the landscape of West Penwith.

Rosie SCOTT

One of the five Gallery Tresco artists, Isles of Scilly, who participated in 'the Venice collection' painting project and exhibition in 2004. Eight of her paintings, all of which were oils on linen, were included in the catalogue prepared for the Christmas season that year.