T.M. Nicholas


“Carversville Barn, November”
8″x12″ Oil on Panel
$2,300
Gold Leaf Frame


“Gloucester Sailboats”
11″x14″ Oil on Panel
$3,000
Gold Leaf Frame


“Clearing Storm”
8″x10″ Oil on Panel
$2,200
Gold Leaf Frame

“Pleasant Valley Dusk”
18″x18″ Oil on Panel
$5,700
Gold Leaf Frame


“Morning On The Canal, Stockton”
25″x30″ Oil on Canvas
$11,000
Gold Leaf Frame


“Early Spring, Gloucester Docks”
16″x20″ Oil on Panel
$5,700


“Shrimp Boat”
20″x24″ Oil on Canvas
$7,000
Gold Leaf Frame


“Newry Valley Maine”
30″x40″ Oil on Canvas
$16,000
Gold Leaf Frame

“Bucks County Creek in Winter”
20″x24″ Oil on Canvas
$7,000
Gold Leaf Frame

“Winter Brook”
20″x24″ Oil on Canvas
$7,000
Gold Leaf Frame

“Gloucester Winter”
30″x36″ Oil on Canvas
$16,000
Gold Leaf Frame

T.M. Nicholas is one of the most prominent painters of his generation. Born in Rockport, MA in 1963, T. M. grew up admiring the rugged beauty of the northeast coastline of the United States. He quickly grew to appreciate the unique landscapes of coastal New England.

His father, esteemed painter, Tom Nicholas, NA, AWS offered advice and sent him out to develop his own style and become the plein air painter in oils that he is today.

T. M. studied with John Charles Terelak at the Gloucester Academy of Fine Arts, George Gabin at the Monserrat School of Art, and attended workshops with noted California artists Jade Fon, Morris Shubin, Millard Sheets and George Gibson. T.M. received his first of many major awards at the age of 19, and since then has earned over 75 Gold and Silver medals and won critical acclaim for his impressionist landscapes. He has been featured in over 15 publications, including The Art Collector.

T. M. is a member of the Rockport Art Association, Guild of Boston Artists, Whiskey Painters of America, Hudson Valley Artists, Allied Artists of America, Academic Artists, American Artists Professional League, New England Watercolor Society, and the North Shore Arts Association. T.M. has an international reputation and is regularly sought after for painting and teaching engagements. His paintings are in many museum and private collections.