(1836 - 1905)
William Henry (Harry) Hilliard was active/lived in Indiana, New York, District Of Columbia. William Hilliard is known for New England landscape, marine and floral still life painting.
William Henry Hilliard, born in Auburn, New York, in 1836, was a painter of realistic, tonal landscapes related to the Hudson River School. He studied in New York City prior to painting in England and Scotland, and then studied with Emile Lambinet in Paris, France. Until 1878, he was based in New York City, but moved to Boston, Massachusetts.
Though he did paint in the West before traveling to Europe to study, he later became known for his New England landscapes, views of Maine, the Atlantic Coast, White Mountains and Franconia Mountains. An article in the San Francisco Call in July 1892 noted that he was in California to sketch and paint Yosemite.
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