Bror Utter (American, 1913-1993) was a Fort Worth painter, graphic artist, teacher and administrator. He was a leading member of the Fort Worth Circle, a group of artists that also included Bill Bomar, Veronica Helfensteller, and Dickson Reeder. He is known for geometric abstract and realist landscape, figure and still life painting. In the 1930s and 1940s, these friends and collaborators helped each other to develop their work in styles that included the influence of art movements such as Surrealism, Modernism, and Regionalism. His high public sale price was well over $35,000.00.
Country of Origin: U. S. A.
Medium: Watercolor on paper.
Title: "Mediterranean Garden"
Size: 11 1/2 by 14 3/4 inches (29.2 x 37.5 cm) framed under glass 17 1/2 by 21 by 1 inches.
Signed and dated lower right: "Bror Utter '67"
Condition: There appears to be faint foxing. Not examined out of frame.
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