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John Hill

 (1839 - 1922)
John Henry Hill was active/lived in New York, California.  John Hill is known for mountain landscape, still life, etcher.

Biography  
John Hill


The following biography is by Doug Nelson, White Mountain Art Collector from Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

John Henry Hill was a distinguished landscape painter of the American
Pre-Raphaelite tradition.  From a family of artists, he followed his father, John William Hill in his passion as a watercolorist.  The elder Hill, himself the son of the English engraver John Hill, was among the founders of the American Watercolor Society.

A life-long resident (1839-1922) of West Nyack, New York, John Henry Hill was
influenced by John Ruskin and David Johnson in their realistic examinations of nature. Using a brushwork technique that called for small and drier brushstrokes, he created the differing textures of trees  ...  Displaying 750 of 1960 characters.



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About  John Hill

Born:  1839 - West Nyack, New York
Died:   1922
Known for:  mountain landscape, still life, etcher