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Melissa Scott-Miller RBA RP NEAC (born 1959)

Melissa Scott-Miller is an acclaimed painter of meticulously detailed urban landscapes and portraits of people in their surroundings.

Melissa Scott-Miller grew up in Kensington, London, and studied at the Slade School of Fine Art. She was taught by Anthony Green, Lucian Freud, and Jeffrey Camp; who said of her work:

'A child prodigy is rare in music or mathematics but very rare in painting. For Melissa, the picture comes whole, erasure and overpainting seem unnecessary. The visible world is easily grasped. The multiple components are handled with the assurance of a virtuoso.'

She won numerous accolades from the Slade, twice including prizes judged by Carel Weight, whom she admires greatly to this day.

Since graduating in 1981 with a first class degree, Melissa Scott-Miller has shown work at numerous galleries and with such leading exhibiting societies as the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, and the New English Art Club.

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Churches & Cathedrals (1)
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