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 John Coleman  (1949 - )

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Lived/Active: Arizona/California      Known for: Indian ceremonial figure sculpture

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Birth/Death Lived/Active Often Known For
1949 - Arizona/California Indian ceremonial figure sculpture
* Illustration, Illustrator
* Sculpture, Sculptor

* Bronze
* Charcoal
* Oil Paint

* Realist, Realism, Representation, Naturalism

* Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
* Genre, Human Activity
* Indians, Native Americans
* Nude Figure

Art Association
* Cowboy Artists of America
* National Sculpture Society

* Art Center College, School of Design, Pasadena, Student
* Scottsdale Artists School, Student
* Scottsdale Artists School, Teacher

* James Earle Fraser Sculpture, Prix de West
* Kieckhefer:Best of Show, Cowboy Artists of America
* Nona Jean Hulsey Rumsey Buyer's Choice, Prix de West
* Ray Swanson Memorial Award, Cowboy Artists

* Late 20th Century After 1950

Added Description
* Figure Specialty
* Indian, Native American Subject Specialty

Exhibition of Art Association
* Cowboy Artists of America-

Exhibition of Special Venue
* Prix de West Invitational

AskART - sample artwork by artist
Bodmer-Catlin Series- Pachtuwa-Chta, Arikara Warrior; Wahtageli, Big Soldier; Koekuk, Sac and Fox Chief; Hisoosanchees, Little Spaniard; Pitatapiu, Bowlance Warrior; Mato-Tope, Four Bears; Addih Hiddisch-Hidatsa Chief; Wunnestow, The White Buffallo etc.
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