Ernest Untermann

Untermann was an artist known for his depiction of the prehistoric creatures and geologic formations

 

Ernest E. Untermann was an artist known for his depiction of the prehistoric creatures and geologic formations of the Uintah Basin. Over one hundred of his paintings were donated to the Utah Field House of Natural History in Vernal, Utah. He first came to the Uintah Basin as a consulting geologist. He was the father of the first Director of the Utah Field House of Natural History, Gerhard E. Untermann Jr. Ernest Untermann Sr. was born in Germany in 1864 and died in Vernal, Utah in 1956 (Kay, 1956).

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