“One of Utah’s most accomplished and beloved artists.” —Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Utah artist LeConte Stewart (1891–1990) created images of Utah and the West at once epic and intimate. His farms, deserts, and urban landscapes capture a region and an era. Influenced by John Carlson, Maynard Dixon, and Edward Hopper, Stewart is a valued and important voice in this period of American art. This long-awaited volume includes more than 300 paintings, many never before seen or brought together in one work.
Includes essays by Mary Muir, Donna Poulton, Robert Davis, James Poulton, and Vern Swanson. It also features an introduction by noted American art scholar, curator, and collector William Gerdts.
Mary Muir is one of the foremost authorities on LeConte Stewart and his work, and the author of
LeConte Stewart: The Education of the Artist and the Artist-Educator.
Donna Poulton, Ph.D., is a curator of the art of Utah and the West at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts.
Robert Davis is curator of art for the LDS Church History Museum in Salt Lake City.
James Poulton, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Salt Lake City.
Vern Swanson is director of the Springfield Museum of Art in Utah.