biografía de James Jerome HILL (1905-1972)

Lugar de nacimiento: St Paul, MN

Lugar de defunción: NYC

Direcciones: St. Paul, MN/De Monte, CA, 1940; St. Paul, MN, 1973

Profesión: Painter, illustrator, writer

Estudios: Yale Univ. (B.A., 1927); British Acad. Painting, Rome, 1927-28; Scandinavian Acad. Art, L. W. Hill; British Academy in Rome; Académie Scandinave, Paris, 1928-32.

Exposiciones: S. Indp. A., 1921, 1923; PAFA, 1931, 1934; Santa Barbara Mus. Art, 1957; Carstairs Gallery, New York, 1961; Babcock Galleries, 1964-; St. Paul Art Center, 1965. Babcock Galleries, New York, NY, 1970s. Awards: Acad. Award for "Albert Schweitzer" (motion picture), 1938; New Haven PCC, 1922 (gold), 1923 (gold).

Obra: MMA; Minneapolis Inst. Art; St. Paul Art Center, MN. Commissions: frescoes, St. Paul Acad., 1921-22, murals, 1965; stations of the cross & windows, Chapel Our Lady of Mercy, Boca Grande, FL.

Comentarios: Director of motion pictures including "Grandma Moses," 1953; "Merry Christmas," 1968; "Anti Corrida," 1968; "The Artist's Friend," 1969 & "The Canaries," 1969.

Fuentes: WW73; WW40; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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