"Breakfast Still Life" by Cornelius Salisbury
Cornelius Salisbury (American, 1882-1970) was born in Richfield, Utah. He studied with John F. Carlson at the University of Utah (1904-05), Elbert H. Eastmond at Brigham Young University (1907-08), William Durfner at the Art Students League (1908), at the Pratt Institure Brooklyn (1909-10), Corcoran Gallery (1916-18), and the Broadmoor Art Academy (1927). Salisbury Taught at BYU (1907-08), Lewis Jr. High School (1920-24), Jordon Jr. High School (1925-27), U of U (1927), West High School (1928-43), and in a private studio.
He was the winner of numerous awards in the Utah State Fair and Institute of Fine Arts. Salisbury's specialty was the painting of winter and pioneer Utah homes. He painted much of the scenery for the old Salt Lake Theater.
Oil on Board
18 x 21 inches Framed
12 x 16 Unframed