Nicholas Coleman

  • Morning Watch

    Oil
    14″ X 20″

    SOLD

  • In the Cottonwoods

    Oil
    16″ X 12″

    $3,700

  • Morning Mist

    Oil
    14″ X 20″

    $4,400

  • Prairie Mother

    Oil
    9″ X 12″

    $2,200

  • Young Bull at Dusk

    Oil
    12″ X 16″

    $3,700

  • Young Grizzly Family

    Oil
    16″ X 12″

    $3,700

  • Council at Chimney Rock

    Oil
    60″ X 84″

    SOLD

  • Muskrat Creek- Piegan

    Oil
    12″ X 16″

    SOLD

  • A Warm Fire- Cree

    Oil
    12″ X 16″

    $3,800

  • In Swan Valley

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    $3,400

  • Buffalo Hunters

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    $3,400

  • Fishing Camp

    Oil
    16″ X 12″

    SOLD

  • A Young Bull

    Oil
    12″ X 16″

    SOLD

  • Black Bear Bonanza

    Oil
    30″ X 40″

    $13,000

  • First Snow

    Oil
    9″ X 12″

    $2,000

  • Warm Fire- Blackfeet

    Oil
    24″ X 36″

    SOLD

  • Near Tired Pup Creek

    Oil
    9″ X 12″

    $2,000

  • Black Bear Overlook

    Oil
    30″ X 40″

    SOLD

  • Buffalo Camp

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    SOLD

  • Near Salt Creek

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    SOLD

  • In Dog Valley

    Oil
    12″ X 9″

    SOLD

  • Near Spring Creek

    Oil
    12″ X 9″

    SOLD

  • Chalk River

    Oil
    12″ X 9″

    SOLD

  • Sweat Lodge

    Oil
    12″ X 9″

    SOLD

  • Near Dog Valley

    Oil
    24″ X 30″

    SOLD

  • Red Tipi

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    SOLD

  • Winter Camp

    Oil
    6″ X 28″

    SOLD

Artist’s Bio
Nicholas Coleman was born in Provo, Utah. Brought up in an artistic environment, Nicholas has been painting and drawing for as long as he can remember. He has traveled extensively through North America, Africa, New Zealand and Europe. Nicholas Coleman has found much of his inspiration in his travels, hunting and fishing along the way. Winslow Homer, Bruno Liljefors, Carl Rungius have all been influential to Coleman’s work as well as John Singer Sargent, Anders Zorn and especially the western work of Frank Tenney Johnson, Philip R. Goodwin, and especially his father, Michael Coleman. Nicholas uses a traditional academic approach in his painting, using gouache and oil.

His work definitely has a feel of realism but there is also a certain amount of spontaneity and a slight impressionistic feel to his paintings that let the viewer participate in the work. Coleman endeavors to create a connection between his paintings and the observer by invoking a mood that the viewer can almost visually walk into, creating a beautiful, serene and almost restful place for both the eyes and soul.

Nicholas has a B.A. in Fine Arts from Brigham Young University . He and his paintings has been featured in national art publications such as Western Art Collector magazine and his work can also be found in several museum installations, including Anshutz Collection in Denver CO, Bennington Center for the Arts in Bennington, VT, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI. Other distinctions include the 2003 & 2006 Award of Merit from the Bennington Center of the Arts, “Art of the Animal Kingtom”, the 2003 Top 100 Arts for the Parks.

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