Royal Hill Milleson (Ohio/Illionois; 1849 – 1935)
Untitled (pastoral landscape), late 19th to early 20th century
Watercolor on paper
Signed to the lower left
Royal Hill Milleson was born in Batavia, Ohio and is known for his landscape paintings, illustrations, and cartoons. He studied at the J. Francis Smith Academy in Chicago and exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago between 1903 and 1915. In 1912, Milleson published a book, The Artist’s Point of View, consisting of letters on the topic of landscape painting techniques and theories. Royal Hill Milleson’s work can be found in the Indianapolis Museum of Art and his landscapes are avidly sought by private collectors.
- minor discoloration to the sides of paper and matting; minor markings to frame; tearing to paper backing.
- measurements of frame; sight measures 19" W x 13.25" H.