Edward Hill

1843 Born at Union Poor House, Wolverhampton, England

1844 Immigrated with family to America

1860 Worked as furniture decorator for Heywood Brothers and Company in Gardner, Massachusetts

1862 Shared studio with brother Thomas in San Francisco, California

1864–65 Worked as artist in Boston

1870–80 Lived and worked in Littleton and Lancaster, New Hampshire

1877–92 Served as artist-in-residence at the Profile House; worked at other hotels in the White Mountains

1881–88 Maintained studio in Boston; lived in Melrose, Massachusetts

1881 First exhibited at the Boston Art Club

1888–90 Maintained studio in Denver, Colorado

1893 Traveled in Europe; published accounts of trip in the Peoples Republic Journal, a Littleton, New Hampshire, newspaper

1893–99 Maintained studios in Concord and Nashua, New Hampshire

1906 After several earlier extended stays, moved west permanently

1911–23 Resided in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington

1923 Died at Hood River, Oregon





Edward Hill; photographed by Federico Glenton, Nashua, New Hampshire, c. 1880. New Hampshire Historical Society.

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