“Farmington Winter” (1924) by LeConte Stewart sold for $126,000. By unanimous vote, the Logan City School District Board of Education finalized the sale of 10 paintings in the district’s collection purchased with the milk money of elementary students in the 1930s that became worth a good deal: in […]
Ann Poore takes a look at the new definitive work on LeConte Stewart.
Ehren Clark takes an alternate look at LeConte Stewart’s Depression era paintings now on exhibit at the Utah Museum of Fine Art.
Joint exhibits at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and the Church History Museum present the largest ever assembled collection of works by LeConte Stewart. This month we look at the exhibit of rural landscapes.
[portfolio_slideshow] Alder’s Accounts Tales of LeConte Stewart LeConte Stewart is one of my favorite early Utah artists and regrettably I never met him, even though he only passed away in 1990. I do have a couple of close friends who knew him quite well and between them, regular […]