The Puritan by Augustus Saint-Gaudens
The stalwart figure, who confidently strides forward with walking stick in hand and a Bible held firmly under his left arm, was unveiled on Thanksgiving Day in 1887. Representing more than just the singular man on which it was based, The Puritan stands for qualities of resilience, courage and moral fortitude—the all-important makings of an early American settler.
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Mt. Timpanogos at Sunset by Albert Bierstadt
“Truly all if remarkable and a wellspring of amazement and wonder. Man is so fortunate to dwell in this American Garden of Eden.” Albert Bierstadt Albert Bierstadt’s painting, “Mt. Timpanogos at Sunset,” was shown at the Corcoran Gallery — now...
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Pioneer Era Utah Artists
 Lorus Pratt (Tooele, UT 1855 - 1923, Salt Lake City, UT)with Albert-Gabriel Rigolot (French, 1862 - 1932)Landscape with Pond (c. 1890)25 1/4  x 18 1/4 in., Oil on canvas.Anthony’s Fine Art, Salt Lake CityLorus Pratt was one of five Utahans...
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