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 Nina Woloshukova Scull  (1902 - 1979)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/Pennsylvania / Russian Federation      Known for: painter and art educator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Nina Scull was born in Leningrad, Russia and died in Linwood, New Jersey on February 22, 1979.   She was 80 years old.   She was a well-known local artist and teacher who lived in Cape May, New Jersey for thirty-three years and referred to herself as being "ageless" and painting in "no proscribed style".  Of her painting style, it was written:  "Although trained in the classical tradition, as is shown by her painting and especially portraits, . . . she has experimented with a more impressionist, fluid and mystical art form."  Some of her watercolors she described as "anthroposopical".

Her studio and home were at 1117 New Jersey Avenue, and among her possessions were artifacts, especially icons, from her homeland of Czarist Russia where her father, John Woloshuk, was a minister. 

She first studied at the Imperial Academy of Art, but the Bolshevek Revolution was tragic for her family, and they all came to the United States.  She attended the Art Students League in New York, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the Corcoran School in Washington DC and Columbia University.

Active in the local art colony from 1950, two of her contributions were portraits of Cape May county judges that were hung in the main room of the County Court House.  Scull was an art educator, teaching in public schools in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania and was also an accomplished pianist.

In 1975, Nina received a Citation as the First Lady of the Year from the American Federation of Women's Clubs.  This Citation was for establishing the first board walk art show in Cape May, and for promoting art.  She founded the Nina W. Scull Art Fellowship, encouraging art appreciation, museum trips, art programs, etc.
She also exhibited at Montclair Museum; Associated Artists Galleries; Allied Artists of America; Penn State College Galleries; Glassboro, NJ State Teachers College; Ebensburg Art Building;  Haverford Junior College;  Latrobe Public Schools;  Somerset Court House;  Hall of Art Galleries;  University of the South;  Norfolk Museum of Art;  Columbia Art Association;  Brooks Memorial Art Gallery;  Ogunquit Galleries;  Da Vinci Alliance;  Allied Artists of Johnstown;  Academy of Allied Arts, etc.;  Philadelphia Art Alliance;  She also participated in a two-year traveling exhibition sponsored by American Federation of Art.
She was a member of  Art Alliance, Philadelphia; Allied Artists of Pennsylvania;  Fine Arts Club;  Philadelphia and New Jersey Art Clubs;  Associated Artists;  Provincetown Art Association;  American Federation of Art;  Who's Who in American Art;  Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Fellowship;  Who's Who in the East;  New Jersey Artists and Sculptors;  Da Vinci Art Alliance;  Plastic Art Club of Philadelphia;  National Artists Equity Assn.
She received awards as early as 1930. 

Clipping from undated Cape May newspaper


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