David W. Scott, The Wall, Watercolor, 1999
David W. Scott, The Wall, 1999. Scott joined the Smithsonian Institution’s staff in 1963, as assistant director of what was then known as the National Collection of Fine Arts. In 1969, he was named planning officer of the National Gallery, where he served as liaison with architect I.M. Pei. In 1990, Scott took over for 11 months as the acting director of the Corcoran, and arranged for new exhibitions while bringing stability to the gallery’s finances. Scott was an avid enthusiast of Contemporary Art. He himself was avid painter of what he called “abstracts and mindscapes.” Sight: 22 x 29.5 Frame: 27.25 x 34.75 ||
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