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William Bell Scott (12 September 1811 – 22 November 1890) was a Scottish artist in oils and watercolour and sometimes printmaking. He was also a poet and art teacher, and his posthumously published reminiscences give a chatty and often vivid picture of life in the circle of the Pre-Raphaelites; he was especially close to Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

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  • Скотт, Уильям Белл
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  • William Bell Scott (* 12. September 1811 in Edinburgh (Schottland); † 22. November 1890 in Penkill Castle eine halbe Meile südlich Old Dailly, im Nord-Osten von Girvan (Schottland)) war ein englischer Maler, Stecher und Dichter.
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Scott. William Bell Scott, né le 12 septembre 1811 à Édimbourg et décédé le 22 novembre 1890 (à 79 ans) à Penkill Castle (en) est un peintre écossais.
  • William Bell Scott (Edinburgh, 12 september 1811 – Penkill Castle, Ayrshire, 22 november 1890) was een Brits kunstschilder en dichter, geassocieerd met de prerafaëlieten.
  • Уильям Белл Скотт (англ. William Bell Scott, 12 сентября 1811, Эдинбург — 22 ноября 1890, Замок Пенкилл, неподалёку от Гервана, Южный Эршир) — шотландский художник, график, поэт и мемуарист. Сын гравёра Роберта Скотта и младший брат мастера исторической живописи, Дэвида Скотта.
  • William Bell Scott (12 September 1811 – 22 November 1890) was a Scottish artist in oils and watercolour and sometimes printmaking. He was also a poet and art teacher, and his posthumously published reminiscences give a chatty and often vivid picture of life in the circle of the Pre-Raphaelites; he was especially close to Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
  • Nato a Edimburgo dall'incisore Robert Scott (1777-1841) e fratello dell'altrettanto noto pittore David Scott, studiò arte sin da giovane ed iniziò la propria attività come assistente del padre, pubblicando contemporaneamente alcuni versi in una rivista letteraria scozzese. Nel 1837 si trasferì a Londra, dove si guadagnò fama come pittore al punto da essere nominato preside della scuola di design di Newcastle upon Tyne nel 1844. All'attività di insegnante, affiancò quella di decoratore: lavorò a Wallington Hall realizzando otto grandi pannelli raffiguranti la storia di Border ed illustrando la ballata locale Chevy Chase; per il castello di Penkill, nell'Ayrshire, realizzò inoltre dei pannelli che illustravano il poema The Kingis Quair di Giacomo I di Scozia.
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  • 1811-9-12
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