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John Scott

 (1815 - 1907)
John White Allen Scott was active/lived in Massachusetts.  John Scott is known for sea-landscape, still life and portrait painting.

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John Scott


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John White Allen Scott, born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, spent his entire career in the Boston area. He apprenticed to lithographer, William Pendleton and later worked with Fitz Henry Lane to produce lithographs.  He was a member of the Boston Art Club and exhibited there and at the Boston Athenaeum.

Source:
Roger King Gallery of Fine Art
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He served his apprenticeship under the Boston lithographer, William S. Pendleton at the same time as Nathaniel Currier and spent his entire career in and around Boston.  In the mid-1840's he was in partnership with Fitz Henry Lane. He exhibited at both the Boston Athenaeum and Boston Art Club and at his death, he was the oldest member of the Boston Art Club.
 
Source: Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art

Submitted by: The Bradford Trust


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About  John Scott

Born:  1815 - Roxbury, Massachusetts
Died:   1907 - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Known for:  sea-landscape, still life and portrait painting