(1886 - 1964)
Charles Hepburn Scott was active/lived in British Columbia, Alberta / United Kingdom, Canada, Scotland. Charles Scott is known for modernist-leaning landscape and coastal view painting, prints, war artist.
Self Portrait 1944 – 14.75” X 12” oil on wood. Collection of the National Gallery of Canada.
Biography Charles Scott
Charles Hepburn Scott ARCA, FCA, CGP, CSGA, BCSA, FRSA (1886 - 1964)
A very influential early twentieth-century Canadian art educator, leader in the art community, painter, draftsman, printmaker and war artist, Charles Hepburn Scott was born in Newmilns, Scotland. He emigrated to Calgary, Alberta in 1912 and died in Vancouver, British Columbia where he had lived since 1914. (1)
His mediums were oil, watercolor, gouache*, pen & ink, graphite*, charcoal and etching*. His subjects included landscapes, coastal views, rivers, lakes, mountains, gardens, city views, genre*, figures, nudes, military activities and portraits. Most of his painting locations are in southern British Columbia. His styles were Modernism*, Fauvism*, Impr
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