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Chromolithographs by R. Hill


The latter part of the 19th century and the early part of the 20th century were the golden era of chromolithography. Used extensively in tobacco, beer and other advertising it provided the artist with a sparkling palette and the ability to render detail and mood. These chromolithographs were done by R. Hill in 1904 and are similar in style and subject matter to those of Prang. They are all in period frames and would look wonderful individually or as a grouping.

Framed chromolithograph of an impressionistic rendering of a landscape with a small pond. Indistinct buildings appear far in the background. The entire piece measures 9.25" wide x 9.5" high in original gold frame. Print measures 16" x 6.5" Signed in the plate lower right "Copyright 1904 R. Hill." Several scrapes and nicks on the frame.(Stock number 003chromo219a) SOLD

Framed chromolithograph of a landscape and a lone person strolling down the path. The entire piece measures 9.25" wide x 9.5" high in original gold frame. Print measures 16" x 6.5" Signed in the plate lower right "Copyright 1904 R. Hill." Several scrapes and nicks on the frame.(Stock number 003chromo219b) SOLD

Framed chromolithograph of a boy tending a flock of sheep. The entire piece measures 9.25" wide x 9.5" high in original gold frame. Print measures 16" x 6.5" Signed in the plate lower right "Copyright 1904 R. Hill." Several scrapes and nicks on the frame.(Stock number 003chromo219c) SOLD


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