(1876 - 1936)
Elbert Hindley Eastmond was active/lived in Utah. Elbert Eastmond is known for printmaker, landscape, educator.
Biography from the Archives of askART
A teacher, painter and specialist in printmaking, Elbert Eastmond was
born in American Fork, Utah in 1876. In 1901, he enrolled in the
Art Institute of Chicago, and by the next year was in New York City
studying at Pratt Institute. From 1903 to 1904, he was at
Stanford University in California as a student of John Lemos. In
1905, he went to Europe and stayed until the beginning of World War
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In 1912, he taught at the California College of Arts and Crafts
and then transferred to the Art Department at Berkeley. During
this period, he also traveled back to Utah, and then in the early
1920s, studied at the University of Washington.
His art reputation grew, especially in Utah for pageant productions,
scenery design, and printmaking. In 1921, he became Chair of the
Department of Art at Brigham Young University in Provo and served in
that position for fifteen years, until his death in 1936.
Vern Swanson and Robert Olpin, Utah Art, 116-117
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