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Hilma Mole Payne

(1901 - 1973)

Hilma Mole Payne of Ogden, Utah, was a regional realist color-impressionist oil painter of some portraits but mostly landscapes featuring farms and rural country in general. In 1955, "25 landscapes and 2 portraits" by Mrs. William (Hilma Mole) Payne "a conservative in the impressionist school [and Ogden A.U.A member]" were recorded as being shown in the Utah Power and Light Auditorium in Ogden. A University of Utah student in 1922, this artist took lessons from James T. Harwood, and then went on to become an Alice Merrill Horne-associated artist sometimes featured in Horne's Art Strands publications over the years. She was most active as an artist during the 1930s in the 1950s. (d. March 7)

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