(1904 - 1970)
Paul Wescott was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Maine, Delaware, Wisconsin. Paul Wescott is known for skyscape and marine scene painting, teaching.
Paul Wescott was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1904 and attended the Art Institute of Chicago. He also studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where he received the Toppan Landscape Prize and the Cresson European Traveling Scholarship in 1930. Upon his return from Europe in 1932, he assumed the directorship of the art department of the Hill School in Pottstown, PA, where he taught until 1952. Wescott lived in West Chester, PA and summered at his house in Friendship, Maine.
The timelessness of his landscape and coastal paintings, always done in muted and permeating colors, achieves the quiet yet powerful tonality of nature. He was a member of the National Academy of Design, Honorary Board Member of the Chester County ... Displaying 750 of 3941 characters.