(1899 - 1977)
Harold Winfield Scott was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Harold Scott is known for pulp western history illustration.
At the time of Harold Winfield Scott's death, it was estimated that he had painted more than 2,200 magazine covers, more than 600 illustrations for various magazines, and 10,000 black and white sketches.
Scott was born in Danbury, Connecticut on January 14th, 1899. As a young boy, Scott spent time in Montana and other areas in the West with his father who was in the horse business. After his father's untimely death, the Scotts moved back east to Brooklyn where his mother owned an automobile service facility. At this garage Scott learned and mastered the trade of mechanic. There at the age of 14, he meet pianist, Leopold Wolfson, who led him to working with his hands in another way.
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