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William Scott

(1913—1989) painter and printmaker


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(b Greenock, nr. Glasgow, 15 Feb. 1913; d Coleford, Somerset, 28 Dec. 1989).

British painter of still-life (usually involving kitchen objects) and abstracts. In 1937–9 he lived in France, and ...

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