Old House, (Porterville, Utah) by Leconte Stewart



(UTAH, 1891-1990)

LeConte Stewart was born in Glenwood, Utah in 1891. He was an art educator and realist painter considered by some to be the godfather of Utah landscape. He died in 1990 in Kaysville, Utah. LeConte Stewart mainly painted oil landscapes, which he usually painted quickly, on-site. He is predominantly known for his unidealized paintings of rural Utah; but he was also very productive in portraiture mural painting, drawing, etching, lithography, pastel, and design.

Oil on Canvas

12 x 15 in.