(1907 - 1983)
Benton Francis Scott was active/lived in California. Benton Scott is known for portrait, figure.
Biography Benton Scott
Benton Francis Scott was born in West Hollywood, California. He was known for his post-impressionist and plein-aire paintings. He lived in Paris, France during the late-1940's and early 50's where he studied (and exhibited) at the Academie Julien and the Academie de la Chaumier-Montparnasse. The subject of much of his work, during this period, focused on very tranquil, yet "typical" elements of the Parisian urban landscape or cityscape.
Examples of work from this period are "20, Rue Stendahl" and "Boulevard St. Germain". His exhibitions include: Salon des Independent (Paris 1949-50), Nat'l Academy of Design (San Francisco, CA. 1953), Oakland Muni. Art Gallery (Oakland, CA. 1953) and the San Francisco Museum of Art (1953). Represente
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