Final Week of LeConte Stewart: Depression Era Art

boxcar with men on top and inside

Private Car, courtesy the Church History Museum

Sadly, the beautiful LeConte Stewart: Depression Era Art exhibition closes this Sunday, January 15th. Don’t miss your last chance to see/ re-see this phenomenal exhibition (said by a person who normally dislikes landscapes – the exhibition is so beautiful, it overrides my usual contempt).

In case you feel like you have already seen all there is to see in the LeConte exhibition, here is a little treasure hunt to challenge your looking skills!

Can you find:

A billboard for Utah Power and Light?
Animal tracks in the snow?
Wash hanging on the line?
A version of The Private Car without any people in it?
A roller rink?
A hotel room for $1.50?
E.E. Child’s mailbox?
A fisherman?

Now, let us know, what is your favorite LeConte Stewart work in the exhibition?

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