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Kathleen Scott (1878-1947), Sculptor; former wife of Robert Falcon Scott, and later wife of 1st Baron Kennet

(Edith Agnes) Kathleen Scott (née Bruce), Lady Scott (later Lady Kennet)

Sitter associated with 16 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Kathleen Scott achieved distinction as a traditional sculptor working in clay from life and during the 1930s her portraits were much in demand. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, Atelier Colarossi in Paris, and with Rodin. In 1908 she married the Polar explorer Robert Falcon Scott and was widowed four years later. By then she had an established career as a sculptor. Her sitters included Shaw, Lloyd George, Yeats, Galsworthy and Lawrence.

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3644

W.B. Yeats

by (Edith Agnes) Kathleen Scott (née Bruce), Lady Scott (later Lady Kennet)
plaster cast of mask, 1907
NPG 3644

3644a

W.B. Yeats

by (Edith Agnes) Kathleen Scott (née Bruce), Lady Scott (later Lady Kennet)
bronze head, 1955 (1907)
NPG 3644a

3643

Rufus Isaacs, 1st Marquess of Reading

by (Edith Agnes) Kathleen Scott (née Bruce), Lady Scott (later Lady Kennet)
bronze bust, 1925
NPG 3643

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