(1916 - 1995)
Simon Coleman was active/lived in Ireland. Simon Coleman is known for watercolor painting, figures, land and skyscapes, rural scene.
Biography Simon Coleman
Simon Coleman (1916-1995) was born in Duleek,
Co. Meath, Ireland & trained at the Dublin Metropolitan School,
under Maurice MacGonigal and Sean Keating. He was a member of the Royal
Hibernian Academy, and was influenced by Maurice MacGonigal, the
Academy's President, and professor at The National Coillege of Art, who
himself was influenced by Sean Keating.
Simon Coleman received many
prestigious commissions, including his famous painting depicting
President Hyde's First Meeting of the Council of State, which hangs in
University College Dublin. Coleman is best known for his landscapes,
particularly of his native county,but he also produced numerous
portraits, including a self-portrait.
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