File 4 - Sketchbook, 1971.

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Sketchbook, 1971.

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  • Variations in title: On cover: D.H. 1971.

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SCA184-GA159-4

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  • 1971 (Creation)
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    Hill, David

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(1914-1977)

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David Hill was an American artist, born Nov. 19, 1914 in New York and who died Aug. 31, 1977 in Paris, France. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, worked and painted in New York from 1942-1947, and moved to Paris in 1947, where he spent the rest of his life. (Source: A catafalque for David Hill, edited and compiled by Virgil Burnett. Stratford, Ont. : Pasdeloup Press, 1986.)

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Sketchbook containing pencil sketches by David Hill.

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Donated in 2003 by V. Burnett.

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