J. Halliday Scott (1851-1914) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Scotland in 1851, John Scott arrived in New Zealand in 1877 to become Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at the University of Otago. A watercolourist, he was a member of the Otago Art Society from 1874, and a leading figure in the Dunedin art world. A painting for which he is well known is a watercolour of the Moeraki boulders. Scott died in 1914, and his work is represented in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Hocken Library. Edit or add to this biography

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Study for Poppies
Watercolour, 38 x 24 cm
Fine New Zealand Paintings & Foreign Paintings, Drawings and Prints, Mossgreen-Webb's (formerly Webb's), Auckland.
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Eastbourne c. 1880
Oil on board, 17 x 24 cm
Investment Art, Dunbar Sloane, Auckland.
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Eastbourne at Dusk c. 1880
Oil on board, 12 x 17 cm
Investment Art, Dunbar Sloane, Auckland.
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