Nicholas Bott is a contemporary Canadian painter originally from the Netherlands who has adopted the vast landscape of the country, particularly British Columbia, as his muse. His style is reminiscent of a couple of the Group of Seven landscape painters, such as Lawren Harris and Tom Thomson. These gorgeously rendered wintery scenes by Bott seem appropriate for the chilly season in which we now find ourselves.
You can see more of Bott’s colorful landscapes at the websites for Madrona Gallery and Mountain Galleries.
(Image Credits: Nicholas Bott)
Thanks for sharing, Bret.
His work is very nice. ❤️
I love the ‘Breaking Ice’
Beautiful wintery artwork, just right for this time of year, but it does make me shiver just to look at the cold landscapes. Would be great to look at on a hot summer’s day. Merry Christmas, Brett.
Merry Christmas, Anneli! 🙂
I’m with you! I felt cold just looking at them (a testament to the artist’s talent).
Nice. Reblogging to my sister site Timeless Wisdoms. Merry Christmas!
I love the style and use of color with these, particularly “Winter Light, Bulkley River.”
Liz, that one’s quite nice!
As an NWT resident, I can relate.
Wonderful light in his work. Thanks for sharing.
Great use of light! 🙂
Love the crisp colours & scenes
They are all very nice but I particularly like “Breaking Ice”.
That’s a keeper! 🙂
Full-on Group of Seven influence and lovely at that
The top one reminds me of Emily Carr.
Thanks for sharing – I’m going to have to find out more about this guy.
A great sense of color and perspective !
Love these pieces. Thanks for sharing.
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