Gerald Coulson is a British landscape painter, best known known for his detailed depictions of the English countryside, wildlife, and aviation scenes. Using a Realist technique influenced by popular British painting of the early 19th century, Coulson renders subjects from the past including 1900s automobiles, planes from WWII, and early Formula One races. Born in 1926 in Kenilworth, England, Coulson went on to study both art and aircraft engineering to become a pilot. Today, his work can be found in the collections of the Royal Air Force Museums in Hendon, the Cranwell and Staff College, and The National Railway Museum in New York. Coulson lives and works in Cambridgeshire, England.