Anthony’s Fine Art & Antiques is a family-run art and antique gallery that was established almost three decades ago. Over the years, our focus has expanded to include discovering, preserving, and promoting furniture, decorative arts, jewelry, paintings, and sculpture. All of these valuable items can be found in our 25,000 square-foot gallery located in a historic church situated in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. We view ourselves as temporary caretakers of these fine objects and take great care to preserve and enhance them, ensuring their longevity for future generations to enjoy. Our ultimate goal is to pass them on to the next caretaker, so that their beauty and history can continue to be appreciated and cherished.
We are continually seeking exceptional pieces to add to our inventory. If you have a piece that you would like to sell, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or phone at +1 (801) 328-2231. We would be delighted to hear from you.
Anthony Christensen | Founder
Starting out as a collector, Anthony eventually transformed his passion into a profession. He has traveled to Europe numerous times and is considered an expert in various genres such as French furniture, silver works, Western art, and Mormon art and artifacts. His dedication has resulted in numerous donations of world-class artwork to museums and public institutions both nationally and regionally.
Brett Levitre | GIA GG
As a certified gemologist, Brett is responsible for managing the acquisition of our exquisite collection of jewelry, timepieces, and fine silver and gold works. With over thirty years of experience in European, American, and Western art and furniture, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his role.
In addition to his extensive knowledge of gems, antiques and art, Brett is also a trained linguist with exceptional language skills. He is fluent in French, Spanish, and Portuguese, and proficient in several other languages, which has enabled the gallery to establish valuable relationships with collectors and dealers from around the world.
Micah Christensen | MFA, PhD
Dr. Christensen, a renowned art consultant and expert in the classical training of artists, boasts an impressive academic background. He earned his Masters from the prestigious Sotheby's Institute in London, and subsequently completed his PhD in the History of Art at the University of London. Dr. Christensen's extensive teaching experience includes lecturing for Cambridge University and the British Library.
Drawing from his extensive expertise, Dr. Christensen works with both public and private collections, offering invaluable insight and advice. He also serves on the Board of the Springville Museum of Art.
Over the years, Dr. Christensen has spent countless hours studying the development of European art and furniture, immersing himself in museums and archives. His deep knowledge of lost techniques and classical traditions is highly sought after, and he frequently consults with contemporary painters and sculptors to help them incorporate these elements into their own work.
The building, designed by the esteemed neoclassical architect John A. Headlund, was erected in 1911 as the Immanuel Baptist Church and now holds a coveted spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 1954, the congregation relocated to a new site, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints procured the building for use as a seminary and recreation center. Over time, the building served various functions, including as a temporary rehearsal space for the Utah Symphony while Symphony Hall underwent construction. In the early 1980s, it underwent extensive renovations to transform it from its original purpose as a church into an office building.
For the past twenty-nine years, Anthony’s Fine Art & Antiques has resided here, making us the second-longest-standing occupants of this venerable space. Our collection of traditional and religious art aligns seamlessly with the values of the building's original architects.