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This painting was given to me by a friend.It has the signature M.Scott on the lower left side and I can feel the raised paint like it's popping out at you. I have also tried to research this painting online as well and had no luck. If anyone has any information on this I would greately appreciat it. Thank you.

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    There are a lot of oil painting artists with the initial M and last name as Scott. However, none of the artists I know of with the same first name initial and last name Scott paints in the style of the one you have. Furthermore, there are many more unknown artists nationwide. The painter who painted your painting might be well-known locally. However, it's beyond my knowledge, and I am sorry that I cannot give you any information on the artist.

    However, if you were to learn more information about the artist for the purpose of determine the value of the painting, other than only the appreciation of the painting, then I can tell you that it is not a highly valuable one. it is very pretty, and the artist is skillful. Nevertheless, this one is not a piece painted by any well-known S. Scott; it is not an antique painting either. Other than who the artist is or the value of the painting, I can appreciate the beautiful scene and serenity of the atmosphere of the painting.
  2. Carolyn, 4 years ago
    That is a beautiful painting, I would love to have one like that on my wall. thanks for sharing
  3. Terri, 4 years ago
    Was wondering if anyone knew what the paintings by M.Scott are worth? I have one similar to the one above just a little different.
  4. Mrj303 Mrj303, 4 years ago
    Wow, Dave I just found another website that said exactly the same thing you said here. Word for word.

    Cindy Beautiful painting! The painting in the link above is similar to yours. I find this painting to be very similar to Bob Ross painting. He had a show called The Joy Of Painting. You might have seen it on PBS or something when you were younger. If you type in M Scott painting on e-bay, you can find a value. I found 3. One similar to yours, being unframed.
  5. Cindy Cindy, 3 years ago
    Mrj303, i'm sorry it took so long to reply, haven't been getting e-mails so didn't know. thank you for your response , it is a beautiful painting and goes great with my red couch. I watch The Joy Of Painting sometimes , he's amazing.Hopefully one day i can paint something like that.Good talking to ya!
  6. Cindy Cindy, 3 years ago
    Dizzydave, thanks for all the information.
  7. r. john, 3 years ago
    i also have a landscape by m.scott and have not been able to find out anything about the artist--mystery of m.scott
  8. mojorisen1, 1 year ago
    I am trying to find the value of these 3D paintings by M. Scott as well and don't have it yet, but I can provide a little more info. We bought our paintings at the Greek Festival held in St. Louis, MO about 5 years ago. I don't remember if the artist was there or not though, but perhaps he/she is from St. Louis.
  9. Sgeangel, 3 months ago
    We too have a painting like the one above. We bought it from a girl , " Tamar. Cohen, also a student and artist" who was going door to door in our business complex in Maryland. The artists were a group of "Israeli art students who were " promoting their art show in Soho " . This is the line we were fed. Several people bought several paintings, paying anywhere from $100 to $200 per painting. However, about a month later , we happened to walk into a BJ's warehouse store and found hundreds of the paintings identical to what the " art student" had been peddling to us. I could be wrong, but my opinion is that these " paintings" are mass produced and the signature M. Scott is just an ambiguous / generic signature. ( I have also seen several different types and styles of paintings/ prints with the same signature.

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