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Scott Duncan

by on May 16, 2013

Scott Duncan, American artist, graduated B.F.A. Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York in 1967.

Scott Duncan Biography

Scott Duncan graduated, B.F.A. Pratt institute in Brooklyn, New York in 1967.

Duncan spent two years as an illustrator for the u.S. Army exhibit unit in alexandria, virginia.

Duncan’s work has been published in Readers’ Digest, Good Housekeeping, Family Circle, Columbia, Grosset And Dunlap, as well as other literary works. The time magazine has purchased four portraits as possible cover illustrations.

Duncan’s works are in the permanent collections of the Pentagon in Washington D.C.; Cornell Museum, Iowa; Morrow Memorial Church and in personal collections such as those of George W. Bush, the actress Helen Hayes and the pianist Liberace.

Exhibitions and awards:
On permanent exhibit – Arnot Gallery, New York
Society Of Illustrators
Federation Of Artists
American Art At Mid-Century (National Council Of Jewish Women)
Galt Gallery
Edm Gallery
Maplewood Art Gallery


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