Study of a Dutch Fisherman by Anna Althea Hills (1882-1930)



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Study of a Dutch Fisherman by Anna Althea Hills (1882-1930)

We are pleased to present this delightful interior study of a Dutch fisherman mending his sails. The cap and footwear identify the sitter as Dutch and the artist painted in Holland around the turn of the 20th century.

Watercolour, signed, 34cm x 47cm.

Unframed

Anna Althea Hills (1882-1930)

Hills traveled in Holland and England, attended the Academie Julian and studied with John Noble Barlow. She spent time in Lamorna Cove, home to many artists in the turn of the 20th century , including Samuel Lamorna Birch, and was with her brother, Willie Hills, at Inn cottage in the 1911 England Census. After returning to the United States, Hills traveled to the west coast and she switched from interior figures to impressionist landscapes. Hills settled in Laguna Beach, California where she opened a studio and taught.

Study of a Dutch Fisherman by Anna Althea Hills
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