(1904 - 1995)
Dale William Nichols was active/lived in Nebraska, Illinois, Arizona. Dale Nichols is known for rural landscape painter, illustrator, educator.
Artist, printmaker, illustrator, watercolorist, designer, writer and
lecturer, Dale Nichols did paintings that reflected his rural
background of Nebraska where he was born in David City, a small
town. Although he did much sketching outdoors, most of his
paintings were completed in his studio and often included "numerology,
magic squares and psychic symbols." (Zellman 912) His painting The End of the Hunt (undated) won the Hearst Award at a 1930s exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago.
In the 1960s, he traveled to Guatemala where he was much impressed by
the lushness of the landscape and the Spanish and Mayan's culture.
These interests were also reflected in his artwork.
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