(1898 - 1969)
George Snow (G.S.) Hill was active/lived in Florida, New York. George Hill is known for easel and mural painting, sculpture.
Biography George Hill
George Snow Hill (1898-1969) was a painter and sculptor in the United States, best known as a muralist. He lived in St. Petersburg, Florida until his death in 1969. He founded the Hill School of Art in St. Petersburg in 1946.
Snow Hill was born in Munising, Michigan in 1898. He studied naval engineering and architecture at Lehigh University from 1917 until 1918, before graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1923 from Syracuse University where he met his wife Polly Knipp Hill, an etcher. They studied in Paris together in the 1920s and were married there.
He went to Paris on a Fellowship and attended the Acadamie Colarossi and the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere; he also had a studio in the city. His work was shown at the Salon
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