Marian Dale Scott

Marian Dale Scott

Untitled, 1967
Acrylic on canvas
44 x 50 in.

Provenance
Estate of the artist, inv. no. 281

Exhibited
Royal Canadian Academy Eighty-eighth annual exhibition 1967, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Oct. 27th. – Nov. 22nd. 1967, The Saskatoon Gallery and Conservatory Corporation, Jan. 1st. – 31st. 1968, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Feb. 27th. – Mar. 18th. 1968.

Literature
Royal Canadian Academy Eighty-eighth annual exhibition 1967 catalogue entry #59.

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Biography : Marian Dale Scott 1906-1993. The paintings of Marian Dale Scott are among the most exciting visual statements to have emerged from Montreal during the thirties and forties. As a friend and associate of artist John Lyman and a founding member of the Contemporary Arts Society of Montreal Marian occupied a central place within Montreal’s English speaking intellectual circles. In 1926 Attends the Slade School of Art, London, 1936 now working with Bethune and Brandtner in Montreal, 1947 member of the Canadian Group of Painters, 1950 teaching at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts School of Art and Design, 1973 elected RCA.