Hilma Mole Payne

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Hilma Mole Payne is a listed Utah painter, known primarily for her landscapes of the Utah terrain, but also for still life and portraits as well.

Born in Croydon, Utah in 1902,  she studied under famed Utah artist James Taylor Harwood, and received an MFA from the University of Utah before continuing training at the Academie Julian in Paris, France.

Her works have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Palette Club of Ogden, Utah, the Utah Power and Light Auditorium and the State Capitol building. The Springville Museum of Art had a retrospective of her work recently. She died in 1965.

 

ARTWORK FOR SALE

Untitled Utah Landscape

Winter Utah Landscape

Autumn Symphony

Man With a Hawaiian Shirt
SOLD PAINTINGS

Untitled Utah Landscape - SOLD

Utah Mountain Landscape - SOLD

Circling Trees - SOLD

Rapture - SOLD

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