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Richard T.Scott

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20110210053231-what_remains
What Remains, 2009 Oil On Linen 38" X 54" © Richard T Scott
20110210053520-the_time_traveler_s_wife
The Time Traveler's Wife, 2010 Oil On Linen 15" X 20" © Richard T Scott
20110210053632-auld_lang_syne
Auld Lang Syne, 2010 Oil On Linen 24"X 38" © Richard T Scott
20110210053720-hermetica
Hermetica, 2010 Oil On Linen 46" X 60" © Richard T Scott
20110210053857-napoleon_14-38-29
Portrait of Odd Nerdrum, 2011 Oil On Linen 28 X 36 © richard T Scott
20180112045735-new_amsterdam
New Amsterdam, 2017 Oil On Herringbone Linen 64"X86" © Richard T Scott
20180112045813-hearts_of_men__800x587_
Hearts of Men, 2015 Oil On Herringbone Linen 72"X96" © Richard T Scott
20180112050312-reflection2
Planet and Satellite, 2017 Oil On Linen 20"X18" © Richard T Scott
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Stone Mountain, GA
Birth year
1980
Schools
New York Academy of Art, New York (USA), 2007, MFA
University of Georgia, 2005, BFA
Representing galleries
Galerie L'oeil du Prince, Spalding Nix Fine Art
Tags
contemporary, Baroque, Paris realism, surrealism, figurative
Artist Bio

Working between New York and Paris, Georgia native, Richard T. Scott, is known for his post-contemporary figurative paintings and his writing on aesthetic theory. His work has exhibited at Le Grand Palais in Paris, Palazzo Cini in Venice, Museu Europeu d'Art Modern in Barcelona, the Museum of New Art in Detroit, and is part of collections worldwide such as the The New Britain Museum of American Art, the Georgia Museum of Art, MEAM, MACS, former British Arts Minister Alan Howarth of Newport, Prince Morad El Hattab, and Robert C. Kennedy PhD. Richard designs coins and medals for the United States Mint under the Artistic Infusion Program. Scott was honored as an Associate Living Master by the Art Renewal Center. 
He is represented by Galerie L'Oeil du Prince in Paris, and Spalding Nix Fine Art in Atlanta. 

 

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