Well-known in Utah as an art critic and teacher, George Dibble was also one of the state’s earliest and best “modern” artists. In watercolors, sketches, and oils he experimented with a wide range of twentieth-century styles he learned while studying in New York, often applying them to Utah subjects. This traveling exhibit includes works from many Utah collections, including several major paintings from the BYU collection.

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