Georges Scott

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Georges Bertin Scott (1873–1943) was a French war correspondent and illustrator for the French magazine L'Illustration during the early 20th century.

He is notable for his paintings of the Balkan Wars and the First World War, and also covered and illustrated scenes from the Spanish Civil War and the early Second World War. One of his major works, an oil painting of his depicting King Constantine I of Greece during the Balkan Wars hangs today in main entry hall of the Presidential Palace in Athens.


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