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John White Allen Scott
American
(1815-1907)

John White Allen Scott
Mt. Monadnock of New Hampshire, oil on canvas, 12"x20" image,
19"x27" framed, s.l.r. "J.W.A. Scott"
Painter of portraits, landscapes, and marine scenes. Also, a lithographer and engraver. Began his career as a lithographer with W.S. Pendleton in Boston. Formed a business partnership with Fitz Hugh Lane to publish lithographs in Boston during 1840’s. Well known for paintings of White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Catskills of New York.

Exhibited: Boston Athenaeum and Boston Art Club.

In the collection of: Bostonian Society, MA; Farnsworth Art Museum, ME; Colby College, ME; New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown; and Massachusetts State House.



John White Allen Scott
Niagara Falls


John White Allen Scott
Fisherman at Dusk, oil on canvas, 18 x 30 inches, 28 x 40 inches with period frame, s.l.r. "JWA Scott '72" Provenance: Private collection, Washington, D.C.

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