Thomas Hill

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HILL Thomas Indians At A Campfire Near The Base Of Bridal Veil Falls

Moran /Oct 22, 2013
21,950.68 - 36,584.47
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Thomas Hill - Indians Fishing In Yosemite

Thomas Hill - Indians Fishing In Yosemite

Original 1900
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Lot number: 127
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Robert Kral (sold: Sotheby's, New York, December 5, 1985, lot 80) Acquired from the above sale by the present owner 127 Thomas Hill 1829 - 1908 INDIANS FISHING IN YOSEMITE signed T. Hill and dated 1900 (lower right) oil on canvas 30 by 45 inches (76.2 by 114.3 cm) Estimate 15,000 - 20,000 USD Print The painting has been cut down, is lined and has reinforced tacking edges Condition Report by Simon Parkes Art Conservation, Inc.: This work has been lined onto Mylar with a synthetic adhesive. The tacking edges are reinforced with a thin gauze like fabric. Although the support is slightly unusual aesthetically, it is adequate and appropriate in many ways. The retouches that have been added are used to reduce pentimenti, changes by the artist that have reappeared over time. It seems Hill himself changed the composition of some of the rock formations, and retouches were applied to clarify the image when this became more evident. Retouches are clearly visible in the upper right and in the valley in the center. However, the amount of retouching is probably misleading. It is doubtful that there is any actual paint loss, and while the restoration is not entirely cosmetic, it is likely greatly exaggerated. The only actual damages seem to be a vertical scratch and possible break in the canvas in the lower right that runs about 4-5 inches, and another in the lower left beneath the figures, which also runs about 4-5 inches. It is recommended that the retouching be re-examined, since it is probably exaggerated and misleading.
Thomas Hill - Mountainous Landscape

Thomas Hill - Mountainous Landscape

Original 1866
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Lot number: 50
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Description: Thomas Hill American, 1829-1908 Mountainous Landscape , 1866 Signed T. Hill and dated 1866 (ll) Oil on canvas 12 x 18 1/4 inches Provenance: Irvin Brenner Galleries, LTD, New York In 1855, while a student at the Pennsylvania Academy of Design, Thomas Hill to ventured to the White Mountains of New Hampshire paint in the company of artists such as Benjamin Champney. After a frustrating sojourn in Massachusetts, where he found little professional opportunity, in 1861 Hill moved his family to California. In 1866, he traveled to the East Coast and then on to Europe, and exhibited a California subject at the National Academy of Design. For many years, his peripatetic career took him back and forth between coasts. Thus, the location of this mountainous scene has not been identified. C Estate of Sylvia Rubin Glue relined. Scattered craquelure throughout. Frame rubbing, with corresponding inpaint. 3/4 inch diameter irregularly shaped area of inpaint in the mountain at the center left, 1/4 inch diameter area of inpaint in the trees at the far left center. Inpaint in the water and the rocks in the lower register. Some scattered touches of inpaint in the sky, mostly from frame rubbing. There is no further restoration visible under UV light.
Thomas Hill - Schonchins Rock

Thomas Hill - Schonchins Rock

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Lot number: 359
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THOMAS HILL (American, 1829-1908) SCHONCHINS ROCK oil on canvas; signed Hill , l.r.; inscribed Schonchins Rock / Lava beds in distance , verso; 20 x 14 in. (28 1/2 x 22 1/2 in.) Estimate $6,000-8,000 Condition: craquelure throughout; two small repaired tears with related inpainting
Thomas Hill - Indians At A Campfire Near The Base Of Bridal Veil Falls

Thomas Hill - Indians At A Campfire Near The Base Of Bridal Veil Falls

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Lot number: 105
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Description: Indians at a campfire near the base of Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite, signed and dated lower right: T. Hill 1900., oil on canvas laid to board, 30'' H x 25'' W, est: $30,000/50,000. Condition Report: Visual: Generally good condition. Some scattered areas of stable craquelure. An area of scattered instability in the lower center with some losses. Tacking edges removed when laid down. Blacklight: Scattered spots of touch-up in the center. Some small scattered spots of touch-up on the mounted figure and horse and to the right of the figures. Provenance: Cornell Norby Fine Western & American Art, Fullerton, CA; The Estate of Ernest A. Bryant III, Santa Barbara, CA, acquired from the above, October 1984 30'' H x 25'' W Thomas Hill (1829-1908 San Francisco, CA / Yosemite, CA) oil on canvas laid to board
Thomas Hill - El Capitan With Clouds Rest Beyond

Thomas Hill - El Capitan With Clouds Rest Beyond

Original 1901
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Lot number: 13
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Thomas Hill (American, 1829-1908) El Capitan with Clouds Rest beyond, Yosemite, 1901 signed and dated 'T. Hill. / 1901.' (lower right) oil on canvas 54 1/4 x 36in overall: 58 1/4 x 40in PROVENANCE: Collection of Ben Sweetland, Piedmont, California Acquired from the above, circa 1950 Thence by descent Private collection, Auburn, California
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