50 W 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT, 84101
Zimbeaux lived most of his life in Utah, and is well-known for his charming, otherworldly, very personal landscapes, often with stylized nude female figures. Born in France on July 14, 1913 as a young boy Zimbeaux moved with his family to rural Missouri where they lived for eleven years before moving to Utah. He served two years in the Air Force during World War II. After military service, Zimbeaux returned to Utah and studied with Bert Pumphrey at the Art Barn School and with LeConte Stewart and Alvin Gittins at the University of Utah. He is the son of Frank Zimbeaux, also an influential Utah artist.
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Medium type: Watercolor
Date created: 1990