Marian Dale Scott


Dale Scott art wanted !

Nous recherchons, achat, consignation ou échange, les oeuvres de Marian Dale Scott. 

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D"Figures 21"


Huile sur toile

format: 30x25 pouces

Exposition: Marian Scott et Gordon Weber, Galerie XII - Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, 1949 


Format: 20x24 in


Huile sur panneau


Mix Media sur carton

circa 1946/1948

Format 14x17 in

 A very versatile painter, Marian Mildred Dale Scott experimented with a variety of styles and techniques during her career. Her training took place at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Montreal and later at the Slade School, London, England. During this period, her paintings were described as being similar in style to those of Amedeo Modigliani. She also produced a few social realist works, perhaps inspired by the events of the Depression. Between 1935 and 1938, Scott taught at the Children's Art Centre with fellow painter Fritz Brandtner, who introduced her to stylistic developments in recent French painting, such as surrealism. This interest was encouraged by her membership in John Lyman's Contemporary Art Society, with its modernist concerns. In 1944, she held her first solo show at the Grace Horne Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts (her first solo show in Canada would not take place until 1977). Scott continued to engage with surrealism, but also experimented with simplified realism, verging on precisionism, and with coloured abstractions.

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