|Title:||Chickens in a Farmyard by Howard Hill|
|Size:||H 23in x W 16in|
Chickens in a farmyard in an elaborate Victorian gilt-gesso frame embellished with roses and outer edge of scalloped arches interrupted by triangles. Signed lower left "Howard Hill." Hill was born in England around 1830. In 1858 he immigrated to America and lived with his family in Yonkers, NY and Hoboken, NJ. He originally got a job with Currier and Ives as a nameless artist that created iconic prints of America. He loved painting birds and farmyard scenes. He died in 1888 – six years before meeting his grandson- the great American painter- Norman Rockwell.
Oil on Canvas. 12" high x 16" wide.
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