(1850 - 1896)
Alice Stewart Hill was active/lived in Colorado. Alice Hill is known for flowers, landscape, illustrator, etcher.
Biography Alice Hill
Flower painter Alice Stew art Hill was born in 1851 in Amboy, New York,
growing up in Beaver Creek, Pennsylvania. She attended the School of
Design of Cooper Union, New York, and the National Academy of Design,
New York City, in 1873-1874.
When she moved to Colorado
Springs in 1874, she revealed herself as a lover of the flowers of
Colorado, both as an artist and someone with a certain level of
botanical science. Riding her horse Gypsy in search of flowers in
the Pike's Peak area, she would return, laden with masses of plants and
She advertised art classes in 1874, teaching "objective
drawing, watercolor, and oil painting," which she would do for a number
of years in Colorado Springs, and briefly in Den
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