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 Hattie Hutchcraft Hill  (1847 - 1921)

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Lived/Active: Kentucky/California      Known for: still life, animal, portrait, landscape

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Born in Paris, KY in 1847. Mrs. Hill began painting in the 1870s and studied art in Cincinnati, New York, Boston, and in France under Constant and Lefebvre at Académie Julian. While there, she painted seascapes of Brittany and Normandy, and scenes around Fontainbleau. Upon returning to the U.S. about 1895, she visited her family in Paris, KY where she exhibited about 40 paintings. During 1897-99 she was in Los Angeles painting portraits. From California she returned to Kentucky where she briefly taught art in Georgetown and Danville. By 1900 she was an invalid and remained with her family in Paris, KY until her demise in 1921. Her rare works include portraits, still lifes, landscapes, and animal paintings. Exh: Paris Salon, 1892; SFAA, 1898; Blanchard Hall (LA), 1899. In: Paris (KY) County Courthouse (portrait).
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Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
The Kentucky Painter from the Frontier Era to the Great War (UK Art Museum, 1981).
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Hattie Hutchcraft Hill, a landscape, still life, portrait and animal painter, studied in Cincinnati, New York and Boston. In 1889, she traveled to Paris and studied for five years at the Academie Julian with Benjamin Constant and Jules Lefebvre.

While in France, she twice was accepted and exhibited in the Paris Salon. Returning to the United States in 1895, she maintained a studio in Los Angeles for two years where she worked as a portrait painter in oil, watercolor and pastel. She returned to Kentucky in 1898 and continued as a portrait painter and also taught painting and drawing. Many of her subjects were members of prominent families in the Lexington area.


Sources include:
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"
A bulletin submitted November 2004, by Mark Irwin

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