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Artist Florence Maurine Truelson’s early work depicted scenes of early pioneer history. Later work was fantastical and complex. Truelson became an eccentric loner living in a shack she built on the west side of Salt Lake City. Eventually, she was committed as a patient of the state mental hospital in Provo. In 1959, she wandered off one night and died of exposure.
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Medium type: Oil
Date created: 1938
2001 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT, 84190