biography of Clinton J. HILL (1922-2003)

Birth place: Payette, ID

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Painter

Studied: Univ. Oregon (B.S., 1947); Brooklyn Mus. Art School, 1949-51; Acad. de la Grande Chaumière, Paris, 1951; Inst. Arte Statale, Florence, Italy, 1951-52.

Exhibited: "Drawing USA," MMA, 1956; "Collage in America," Am. Federation Arts Circulating Exhib., 1958; "Two Decades of America Prints," Brooklyn Mus., 1968; five solo exhib., Zabriskie Gallery, NYC, 1955-71; "Recent American Painting," AIC, 1972. Awards: Fulbright Grant to India, 1956.

Work: MMA; PMA; Brooklyn Mus.; Phoenix Art Mus.; Hampton Inst., VA.

Comments: Preferred medium: acrylics. Teaching: instr. of design, Queens College (NY), 1968-.

Sources: WW73; Harriet Janis & Rudi Blesh, Collage: personalities, concepts, techniques (Chilton, 1962); Lawrence Campbell, "Reviews & Previews," Art News (Mar, 1971); Robert Pincus-Witten, "New York," Artforum (May, 1971).