Watercolor on board, 15.5" wide by 17.5" high, signed lower left
Rosine “Rose” Howard Salisbury, 1887-1975.
Rosine “Rose” Howard Salisbury was born in 1887 in New Brunswick Canada. She was a prominent Salt Lake City painter and teacher. She died in Salt Lake City in 1975.
Howard began formal art studies under James T. Harwood at Salt Lake High School graduating in 1910. She also trained with Lee Greene Richards, Edwin Evans, and Mabel Frazer at the University of Utah.
Examples of her work include: Night Blooming Cereus (1930s), The Artist's Model or Reclining Lady (1936). She won a Purchase Prize at the Utah Fine Arts show in 1926 and Purchase Prizes at the Utah State Fair in 1932 and 1946.
- Springville Museum of Art