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Carry AkroydbornBorn 1953
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  • Shelducks on the Dumbles
    Shelducks on the Dumbles
    £435.00

    Medium: pastel
    Dimensions: 38 cm x 51 cm
    Note: please contact us if your would like to purchase the item framed (£495 + p&p)

  • Guinea fowl in the shade
    Guinea fowl in the shade
    £565.00

    Medium: pastel
    Dimensions: 25 cm x 76 cm
    Note: please contact us if your would like to purchase the item framed (£635 + p&p)

  • Feeding congregation
    Feeding congregation
    £750.00

    Medium: oil on paper mounted on board
    Dimensions: 50 cm x 75 cm

  • Bewick and ducks
    Bewick and ducks
    £337.00

    Medium: oil on paper
    Dimensions: 25 cm x 37.5 cm

  • Lapwings, coot and ducks
    Lapwings, coot and ducks
    £340.00

    Medium: oil on paper
    Dimensions: 25 cm x 37.5 cm

  • Turnstones and greenshank, Seychelles
    Turnstones and greenshank, Seychelles
    £340.00

    Medium: oil on paper
    Dimensions: 25 cm x 37.5 cm

  • Lions
    Lions
    £435.00

    Medium: pastel
    Dimensions: 38 cm x 51 cm
    Note: please contact us if your would like to purchase the item framed (£495 + p&p)

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  • Lapwings, wigeon and coot
    Lapwings, wigeon and coot
    £337.00

    Medium: oil on paper
    Dimensions: 37.5 cm x 25 cm

    Out of Stock
  • Immature crab plovers at low tide, Seychelles
    Immature crab plovers at low tide, Seychelles
    £0.00

    This work has been sold

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Dafila Scott Books

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Peter Scott’s daughter Dafila Scott trained as a zoologist, but turned to drawing and painting. Most of her work is inspired by landscape that features animals or places with which she has become familiar. As a member of the Society of Wildlife Artists, she has exhibited regularly at their annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries as well as at regional shows. She has also illustrated books and articles.

Working mostly in oils, sometimes water colours and more recently pastels, she paints either from life or from a combination of field sketches and memory. She has taken courses with painters and art teachers and is especially grateful for the inspirational teaching of Robin Child.

Recent work includes both figurative wildlife paintings and abstract landscapes inspired by visits to Kibale Forest in western Uganda and to the South Amin Kalahari. However, she is equally happy to gain inspiration at home in the garden or on the surrounding fen land.
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Dafila Scott Artwork
Dafila Scott Born 1952