Joan (Chea-Se-Quah) Hill was active/lived in Oklahoma. Joan Hill is known for Indian subjects, portrait, illustrator.
Biography Joan Hill
From Muskogee, Oklahoma, Joan Hill has been Art and Publicity Director of the Muskogee Art Guild from 1958 to 1964, and a teacher in the local high school from 1952 to 1956. In addition she taught adult education and completed numerous portrait commissions, murals of her Cherokee Indian heritage for the Department of the Interior, and book illustrations including for Sam Houston with the Cherokees, commissioned by the directors of the Rennard Strickland and Jack Gregory Collection of Tulsa. She also did portraits and illustrations for a book of poetry about the Five Civilized Tribes of Muskogee.
Hill studied at Northeastern State College, where she received in BA in Education in 1952, and the Famous Artists
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