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Elizabeth Scott-Moore (1902-1993)
Portrait of a Young Girl

A wonderful painting by a very talented and sought after artist. She exhibited at RI, RWS and NEAC all of which she was a member; and Paris Salon where in 1962 her portrait of her artist friend Alfred Hayward won a Gold Medal.

Watercolour   33cm x 39cm  (13" x 15 1/2")   Signed.

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Elizabeth Scott-Moore (1902-1993)

Painter and illustrator, notable as a fluent watercolourist, born Dartford, Kent as Edith Elizabeth Brier, which is used to illustrate books published by Blackie, Nelson and Oxford University Press. When Elizabeth Scott-Moore's husband died in 1947 she changed to painting. She had trained under Edmund J Sullivan at Goldsmiths' College of Art in the 1920s, and the Central School of Arts and Crafts. In 1957 she was chosen as one of Jack Beddington's Young Artists of Promise, in the book of that title. Died in Virginia Water, Surrey.  

Artwork Tags: Children | Portrait | Watercolour

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