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Springville Museum of Art: History and Collection

The Springville Museum of Art and Cedar Fort Publishing partnered in the release and publication of "The Springville Museum of Art: History and Collection." The publication explores the community's interest in fine art, which started as a grassroots movement in the 19th century, and has expanded to include not only local and regional arts promotion, but the vibrant international influence of the Museum as well.  This stunning book weaves a fascinating tale of one small town's artistic sojourn, beginning at the onset of the Springville art movement at the start of the 20th Century and continuing through the years to the renowned Museum it is today. Its full-color art reproductions and in-depth historical accounts are sure to delight novices and critics alike. "The Springville Museum of Art: History and Collection" will inform, inspire, and entertain art enthusiasts at all levels of understanding and appreciation.

The Springville Museum of Art is offers a variety of resources to lovers of art and scholars. The store focuses on publications concerning the art contained within the Museum, as well as high quality reproductions of Museum peices through Altus Fine Art.
From the scholarly “Utah Art and Artists” and “Soviet Impressionism” to lighter reading for the more casual reader, we offer a wide variety of publications. For a more exhaustive visual and literary resource on art and artists based upon the Museum's collection, please visit our Permanent Collection Digital Archive
The Museum offers many exhibition catalogs centered on Museum exhibitions such as the Annual Spring Salon and All-State High School Show, which provide a rich pictorial and historical record of contemporary artistic culture in Utah. Catalogs for special exhibitions, such as Wayne Thiebaud: 70 Years of Painting (28 March - 27 July 2008) are also available.
For information regarding posters and prints, click here.

Visit our on-site Museum Library, a rich resource of information about Utah Art and Artists, open to the public by appointment (801) 489-2727.

February 25, 2017
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