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#58. The Wasatch Mountains with Salt Lake City and Great Salt Lake.   21 x 44, oil on canvas. "Gilbert Munger 1877" lower left. The picture shows Salt Lake City with the Wasatch Mountains behind as viewed across the Great Salt Lake from Antelope Island. (See the discussion of the Wasatch paintings here for more details.) This appears to be a studio painting from sketch #74 and is similar to #219. The dark area in the upper left is a rain shower.

Owned by the geologist Clarence King, who probably obtained it directly from the artist. Offered at the auction of King's estate held at Mendlelssohn Hall, New York City, on 12 March 1903 as lot 98: Sunset. The written description, size, and signature from that catalog item matches the Utah Museum painting exactly. The Munger painting Lake at Sunset, offered at the Exhibition and Sale at the American Art Association Anderson Galleries New York sale 4286 on 12 December 1936, is probably this painting. From the Sporting Gallery, Middleberg VA, via Chicago map dealer Kenneth Nebenzahl in 1977, to the permanent collection of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (Acc. 1977.022), Salt Lake City.

IAP 53320007 & 80040594. Tweed 2003 Exhibition n.32. See "Gilbert Munger: On the Trail" by Cummings, in Bulletin 1982,10, Benton Museum of Art, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, p.15; and "Luminist Paintings in California," by Harrison, in The Magazine Antiques, CLX, 5, (Nov 2001), p.670-679. Image from Utah Museum of Fine Arts photo.

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