of portraits, landscapes, and marine scenes. Also, a lithographer and
engraver. Began his career as a lithographer with W.S. Pendleton in
Boston. Formed a business partnership with Fitz Hugh Lane to publish
lithographs in Boston during 1840s. Well known for paintings of
White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Catskills of New York.
Mt. Monadnock of New Hampshire, oil on canvas,
19"x27" framed, s.l.r. "J.W.A. Scott"
Exhibited: Boston Athenaeum and Boston Art Club.
In the collection of: Bostonian Society, MA; Farnsworth Art Museum, ME; Colby College, ME; New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown; and Massachusetts State House.