(1850 - 1926)
Alfred William Lambourne was active/lived in Utah, California. Alfred Lambourne is known for landscape, mural and panorama painting, illustration.
Alfred Edward Lambourne was born in England on River Lambourne on
February 2, 1850. His parents encouraged his artistic talents
while he was young, and when the family converted to the LDS faith and
moved to the United States, Lambourne's experience as a romantic
realist painter of the western landscape began.
As a youth,
Lambourne lived in St. Louis until his family migrated to Salt Lake
City in 1866 (Haseltine, 42). During the trek west, Lambourne
kept a sketchbook of the scenery along the way. After the
family's arrival in Utah, Alfred began painting scenes for the Salt
Lake Theater Company; he was just 16. Although he had some
instruction from J. Guido Methua, George Tirrell, and Henry D. Tryon,
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