LYNTON, N. 2007. William Scott, London, Thames & Hudson.
William Scott (1913 – 1989) was a British artist from Northern Ireland, known for still-life and abstract painting. His apparently simple paintings of pots, pans and stylised nudes explore relationships between space, form and colour. Much of the emotional impact comes from use of paint textures within the abstract shapes.
William Scott, the painter who made the everyday into a masterpiece, Paul Laity 2013, The Guardian
“behind the facade of pots and pans there is sometimes another image … a private one … sensed rather than seen”.
my love for the primitive and for the elemental
“The frying pan comprises, in essence, a circle and a line, and dozens of critics have discussed the intimate relations between his objects, and the sexual element to his work.”