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Wilson, Scottie

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The drawings and paintings of self-taught artist Scottie Wilson (1890–1972) often focus on the struggle between good and evil. His striking images – many of which were created using a fountain pen found in the second-hand shop that he once owned – feature botanical forms, birds and animals, as well as characters that the artist referred to as 'greedies and evils'.

Untitled

The drawings and paintings of self-taught artist Scottie Wilson (1890–1972) often focus on the struggle between good and evil. His striking images – many of which were created using a fountain pen found in the second-hand shop that he once owned – feature botanical forms, birds and animals, as well as characters that the artist referred to as 'greedies and evils'.

Free Hand Pen Drawings by Scottie

The drawings and paintings of self-taught artist Scottie Wilson (1890–1972) often focus on the struggle between good and evil. His striking images – many of which were created using a fountain pen found in the second-hand shop that he once owned – feature botanical forms, birds and animals, as well as characters that the artist referred to as 'greedies and evils'.

Temple of the Beloved Goddess

The drawings and paintings of self-taught artist Scottie Wilson (1890–1972) often focus on the struggle between good and evil. His striking images – many of which were created using a fountain pen found in the second-hand shop that he once owned – feature botanical forms, birds and animals, as well as characters that the artist referred to as 'greedies and evils'.

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