Red Device by Patrick Scott Expand Icon

Patrick Scott (1921–2014)

Red Device

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Year
NA
Size
Unframed: 90 x 80cm; Framed size: 99 x 88.7cm
Medium
Tempera on canvas
Provenance
Basil Goulding Collection; on long-term loan from Kilkenny Civic Trust

Patrick Scott was born in Kilbrittain, Co. Cork. Qualified as an architect, he worked on the development of Busaras in Dublin. He painted full-time from 1960. His works have been exhibited worldwide and are in many public and private collections including, the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin; Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburg; Ulster Museum, Belfast; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. He has had many tapestry commissions, from among others, the Bank of Ireland; the European Parliament, Strasbourg; and St. Paul's School, London. Solo exhibitions include the White Stag Gallery, Dublin (1944); Dawson Gallery, Dublin (1961-77); Hamilton Galleries, Dublin (1980, 84, 86); Annely Juda Fine Art, London (1980); Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle (1980); Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (1981); Stirling Gallery, Scotland (1982); Parnham House, Dorset (1984); B.P. Gallery, Brussels (1990); Taylor Galleries, Dublin (1991); Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin (2002).

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