National Centennial Exhibition of New Zealand Art Catalogue
James F. Scott
Scott was born in Dunedin in 1877, and at an early age became a pupil of the Dunedin School of Art. In 1898 he decided to go abroad, and he continued his studies at L'Acadénie Julian under Benjamin Constant, at Munich, Antwerp, and Italy, spending in all ten years on the Continent. Upon his return to New Zealand, he became an art master at the Wellington Technical College. He served in the war and died in 1932. His work has been hung in the Paris Salon and the Royal Academy and he exhibited in many galleries in England. He was an Associate of the Royal Society of British Artists.
271 THE SCULPTOR'S STUDIO (water colour)
272 AUSTRALIAN TROOPS RESTING (water colour)
273 CAPRI (lino-cut in colour)
Lent by D. Scott, Esq., Dunedin