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 Roscoe Clarence Magill  (1881 - 1950)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: modernist painting

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Ferry Street, New Hope
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Biography from Jim's Of Lambertville:
Dr. R.C. Magill resided in New Hope where he practiced medicine for over forty years. Born in nearby Carversville, Pennsylvania, Roscoe Clarence Magill started his early art studies at the George School in Newtown, Pennsylvania.  He earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and settled permanently in New Hope around 1910.

Painting was more than just a hobby for the doctor and he took it very seriously.  Many of the local artists were his patients, and being around them inspired him to follow his artistic calling.  He was greatly influenced by John Folinsbee, Roy Nuse, Edward Redfield and Kenneth Nunamaker, all of whom helped to refine his painting skills, by either giving him formal instruction or helpful pointers while critiquing his work.

Magill was a regular exhibitor with the Phillips Mill Art Association and also exhibited with the "New Group," a group of New Hope modernist painters.  He also exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

His paintings are impressionist landscapes and portraits that usually depict scenes of New Hope and the surrounding regions.  

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