American Fork Canyon (1927) by Cornelius Salisbury
Known for his winter scenes of Utah landscapes, Cornelius Salisbury (1882 - 1970) was trained at the University of Utah, BYU, Art Students League of New York, and Concoran Gallery in Washington, DC. He later taught at Brigham Young University and West High School. This scene captures an unusual and expansive view of the mountains and valley in American Fork Canyon.
Signed and dated, lower right.
Framed: 16"H x 20"W
12 x 16 in.