SCOTT, Henry

1911 - 2005

Henry Scott was a painter of marines and coastal subjects strongly associated with the Royal Society of Marine Artists. As well as painting lucrative shipping portraits for some of his wealthy clientele, he also executed several works of British and American clippers and in 1970 he was commissioned to paint 'Morning Cloud' which was skippered and owned by the then Prime Minister, Edward Heath. Scott was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and awarded an honorary Life Membership in the Cape Homers Society by the International Association of Master Mariners. He exhibited at the Royal Society of Marine Artists, The Royal Exchange, London, The Guildhall Art Gallery, London, and MacConnal-Mason Gallery in Duke Street, St. James's in London he also exhibited at the St. Malo Museum, France and at Madison Square in New York. Henry Scott donated a painting to the Southwold Sailors' Reading Room.

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