Audley Dean Nicols

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     Audley Dean Nicols (1885-1941) an El Paso, Texas artist began his art studies at the Art Students League in New York studying under Kenyon Cox, Edwin Howland Blashfield, Henry Siddons Mowbrey and  later in Europe.

     Audley Dean Nicols while living in Pittsburg began visiting El Paso in 1914 painting desert scenes before moving there in 1919. His early life was spent in New York and Pittsburg. He illustrated for McClure's, Cosmopolitan, Collier's and other well known magazines. He has painted portraits but feels that landscape painting finds expression for not only his art but love of nature and life. While in El Paso, he painted desert scenes and canyons of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.

     Nicols won awards in all three of the Davis Competitions in the late 20's at the Witte Museum in San Antonio.

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