Louis Heinzman, a German artist from Munich, became a nationally recognized landscape painter. Heinzman celebrated the desert effectively in oils on canvas. He was also something of a linguist who spoke and read no fewer than eight languages.
Heinzman eventually settled in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he remained until his death in 1980.
Biography adapted from Artists of Utah.
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