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Thomas Hill

(1829 -  1908 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas Hill
HILL Thomas View Through The Alameda

Brunk Auctions
Mar 23, 2018
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Thomas Hill -  Yosemite Valley

Thomas Hill - Yosemite Valley

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Lot number: 193
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Thomas Hill (1829-1908) Yosemite Valley signed 'T. Hill.' (lower left) oil on canvas 25 x 34 in. (63.5 x 86.4 cm.) Provenance Biltmore Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona. Fenn Galleries Ltd., Santa Fe, New Mexico. Acquired by the present owner from the above, 1988. Please note this lot is the property of a private individual.
Thomas Hill - Grizzly And Wawona

Thomas Hill - Grizzly And Wawona

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Lot number: 7
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Thomas Hill (1829-1908) Grizzly and Wawona (a pair) each signed 'T. Hill' (lower right), Grizzly inscribed 'From T. Hill/Wawona/Mariposa Co./Cal.' (on the reverse) oil on unprimed redwood panel each 5 x 9 3/4in each unframed Painted circa 1894 Footnotes Provenance The artist. Isaac M. Thomas (d. 1928), Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1894 (acquired from the above). Louise Miner Thomas (d. 1962), Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (by family descent). Sarah Alborn Chaffee (by family descent). Private collection, Colorado, 1985 (by family descent). The works depict The Grizzly Giant, and The Wawona Tunnel Tree in Mariposa Grove, the largest grove of giant sequoias in Yosemite National Park. Both were discovered and popularized in the mid-19th Century, and were near Thomas Hill's studio. While The Wawona Tunnel Tree fell in a 1969 snow storm, The Grizzly Giant can still be visited today.
Thomas Hill - Lake Scene, New Hampshire

Thomas Hill - Lake Scene, New Hampshire

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Lot number: 100
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Lot# 100 Thomas Hill (1829 - 1908 San Francisco, CA) "Lake scene, New Hampshire" Oil on canvas laid to waxed canvas Signed and dated lower right: T. Hill / 1869, titled on an exhibition label affixed verso 18.25" H x 30.25" W estNotes: Framed size: 24" H x 36" W x 3" D. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Fine craquelure throughout. Blacklight: Touch-up throughout. Click here to return to previous menu
Thomas Hill - View Through The Alameda

Thomas Hill - View Through The Alameda

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Lot number: 472
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472 Thomas Hill (Arizona, born 1925) View Through the Alameda, signed lower right "Tom Hill/Mexico", watercolor on paper, 20-1/2 x 28 in.; gilt wood frame, 33-1/4 x 40-1/4 in. Provenance: Private Collection, Winston Salem, North Carolina Condition: not removed from frame, good condition, bright color; frame with abrasions
Thomas Hill -  Yosemite Falls

Thomas Hill - Yosemite Falls

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THOMAS HILL (american 1829–1908) YOSEMITE FALLS Signed 'T. Hill' bottom right, oil on canvas 23 1/2 x 15 3/4 in. (59.7 x 40cm) provenance: Private Collection, Georgia. note: Thomas Hill held a lifelong fascination for Yosemite, the sprawling National Park in Northern California. He made his first trip out West in 1865, at the age of 36, and would go on to make annual trips to sketch and paint the landscape and mountain ranges. Hill eventually established his family in San Francisco in 1873, within close proximity to his Yosemite studio at a historic hotel nestled in the park itself. The majestic vistas of the park provided an endless source of inspiration for Hill, who frequently worked outdoors, painting directly in the landscape. "Yosemite Falls" captures the park's highest waterfall, with a drop of 2,425 feet (739 meters), in a rich composition of warm earth tones and subtle golden light. The natural landmark was a favorite subject for the artist, who painted it from various perspectives and in the ever-changing light of different seasons.
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