Scott, David (18061849)

Scott, David, Scotch painter, born in Edinburgh; he was an artist of great imaginative power, and excelled in the weird; his best picture, exhibited in 1828, was “The Hopes of Early Genius Dispelled by Death,” though his first achievements in art were his illustrations of the “Ancient Mariner”; but his masterpiece is “Vasco da Gama encountering the Spirit of the Cape”; he was a sensitive man, and disappointment hastened his death (18061849).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Scots, The * Scott, Sir George Gilbert
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Scioppius, Caspar
Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Elder
Scipio, P. Cornelius, the Younger
Scoresby, William
Scory, John
Scot, Reginald
Scots, The
Scott, David
Scott, Sir George Gilbert
Scott, Michael
Scott, Thomas
Scott, Sir Walter
Scott, William Bell
Scribe, Eugene
Scribes, The
Scriblerus, Martinus
Scrivener, Frederick Henry Ambrose