(1882 - 1963)
Calvin Fletcher was active/lived in Utah, California. Calvin Fletcher is known for modernist landscape, marine and mural painting, teaching.
Biography Calvin Fletcher
Calvin Fletcher was a shy child whose artistic gifts were apparent early in his life. Although he was most interested in sculpture, no local teachers were available, so his parents arranged lessons with the painter J. B. Fairbanks who had a studio in Provo.
A year later Fletcher entered Brigham Young Academy, from which he received a "certificate in normal drawing." He then attended Brigham Young University and graduated two years later with both a Bachelor of Science and a certificate in Fine Arts. While attending BYU, he had taught as an assistant professor of art and manual training, and he continued to teach for a year after his graduation, before leaving to study at New York's Pratt Institute.