About the Artist

Working between New York and Paris, Richard T Scott is known for his post-contemporary figurative paintings and his writing on aesthetic theory. His work has exhibited at Le Grand Palais in Paris, Palazzo Cini in Venice, Museu Europeu d'Art Modern in Barcelona, the Museum of New Art in Detroit, and is part of collections worldwide such as the The New Britain Museum of American Art, the Georgia Museum of Art, MEAM, MACS, former British Arts Minister Alan Howarth of Newport, Prince Morad El Hattab, and Robert C. Kennedy PhD. Richard designs coins and medals for the United States Mint under the Artistic Infusion Program. Scott was honored as an Associate Living Master by the Art Renewal Center

Richard's CV

“Whether it is in his portraits, his compositions, or either still in his interiors, Richard T. Scott always tries to produce, on his spectators, a certain effect of strangeness, or at least, something like a feeling of longing. That's why, maybe, his compositions are populated for the greater part with mirrors in which appear, not simply beings just like those who face us - but of real spectres having the function to destabilize our glance while giving the fourth dimension for us to see” - by Frédéric Charles Baitinger, Critic, Artension


Combustus Magazine

National Public Radio

American Arts Quarterly Review of "Fourth Wall" at Paul Booth Gallery by Donald Kuspit.

Your Creative Push

Art Renewal Center

American Art Collector

 The Post Contemporary Paradigm

American Arts Quarterly

Odd Nerdrum Contributing Author

Richard T Scott  Selected for 75 Greatest Artists of All Time

 Represent Magazine

 Empty Magazine, Australia

 Review pg 42

 The Nerdrum Affair: Contributions by Richard T Scott, Nelson Shanks, Joakim Ericsson, Daniel Graves, Alexey Steele, and Brandon Kralik.

 winner of Saatchi Showdown, exhibited at Le Grand Palais

 Richard interviewed in the New York Times

Video Interview in Winter 2012 issue by Sadie Valeri and Michael Klein.

 Interview on Radio France International

 April, 2011 Review in Artension by Frédéric Charles Baitinger.

Southwest Art Magazine: 21 under 31 competition.

ArtBookGuy: 30 Super Hot Artists for 2012

Featured in Odd Nerdrum's book Kitsch: More than Art

 featured in Saatchi magazine

 Review from exhibition at Chic Art Fair by Gregory Picard

 Discussion panel with Donald Kuspit, Vincent Desiderio, Richard T Scott, Leah Poller, and Sherry Camhy.

ArtBookGuy: Transcendence, interview with Richard T Scott