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"Untitled Painting 19x19" by Michael Coleman - New Listing
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Untitled Painting 19x19

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Michael Coleman

Original Painting
Oil on Board

Size: 12.60 x 17.72 x 0.00 in  |  32 x 45 x 0 cm

Framed: 19.69 x 19.69 in  |  50 x 50 cm

 
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LISTING INFO
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ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower Right
Condition: Excellent
Framed without Glass : Gold Colour Frame
Purchased from : Other
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Michael Coleman

Art Brokerage: Michael Coleman American Artist: b. 1946. Michael Coleman was born and raised in Provo, Utah and is a prominent Southwestern landscape painter with a traditional style that is much influenced by 19th-century painters Henry Farny and Thomas Moran. Coleman spent his boyhood hunting, fishing and trapping throughout the Rocky Mountains, often taking a sketchbook with him. Early on, he decided on a career in art, and traveled broadly for subject matter. Coleman's paintings are rich in detail and muted in tone, true to the remote landscapes he chooses to illustrate. The Indian encampments, wildlife and hunting subjects portrayed against the magnificent landscapes are rendered in such a way as to give the viewer a sense of gazing on the past. Coleman's work can be found in the private and public collections of Clint Eastwood, President George Bush, Sr., the Anschutz Collection, National Wildlife Art Museum and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, to name a few. Listings wanted.

  • Original Painting
    Oil on Canvas

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