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Robin Hill (Australian artist) Biography

Robin Hill (Australian artist) is a famous Australian artist and writer, who was born on , 1932 in . According to Astrologers, Robin Hill (Australian artist)'s zodiac sign is .

Robin Hill (born 1932) is an Australian artist and writer, living in the United States and specialising in natural history subjects, especially birds.

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Hill was born in Brisbane, the capital of the Australian state of Queensland. He was trained at the Wimbledon School of Art and, after moving back to Australia in 1949, at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. In the early to mid 1960s he worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as the host on Bush Quest with Robin Hill. Helping to pioneer this television documentary on Australian wildlife with the producer Ken Taylor, Hill used his serious knowledge and love of birds to observe the local bird and wild life across various bush and wetlands of Victoria. Bush Quest with Robin Hill featured Hill describing the Victorian birdlife in an often improvised and poetic style as well as painting particular birds in watercolours that he had observed during the making of each episode. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation produced a total of six thirty-minute episodes all in black and white. During this period of the 1960s as well as producing and exhibiting his paintings Hill was commissioned by a popular biscuit company to produce paintings for biscuit tins. These tins featured Hill's paintings of birds and circulated commercially within Australia at the time. Hill moved to the United States in 1971, where he established studios in Virginia and Washington D.C. Since then he has had several exhibitions, including a solo show at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and an exhibition cosponsored by the World Wildlife Fund and the Australian Embassy. He has also undertaken numerous commissions. During the 1970s and 1980s, for example, Hill was commissioned to paint complete sets of American birds—The Endangered Species; The Ducks, Geese, and Swans; The Upland Game Birds; The Birds of Prey; and The Marsh Birds.

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Robin Hill was born in 1932, in the city of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.  A year after his birth he moved to England with his family, in which he lived until he was sixteen. During his childhood in England he developed his passion for observing Wildlife and the natural environment which later fueled his art. Whilst living in England, at the age of eleven he began taking classes at the Wimbledon College of Arts in London. At the age of sixteen Hill moved back to Australia with his family in 1949, in which he was transferred to National Gallery Art School where he was enrolled in for two years. After the two years of classes at the National Gallery Art school, Hill transferred to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (known at the time as the Melbourne Technical College) where he took classes until he began his hiatus from education. For three years Hill lived on native Australian bushland around the Murrumbidgee river area, pausing his education to immerse himself in the Australian environment. After the three years of living in the bush, Hill returned to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology for another two years until he graduated. In this same year Hill began his permanent residence in America, setting up art studios in the states of Virginia and Washington D.C.

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Robin Hill was married to Australian Actress Betty Bobbitt in 1963, with whom he had a son Christopher Hill. In 1966 Hill and Bobbitt were divorced. Hill went on to marry Marcia née McGee, whom he met whilst exhibiting his paintings in Middleburg at the Sporting Gallery in 1971.

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Robin Hill attended the Wimbledon School of Art at age eleven during the 1940s, this being the first art education he undertook. Hill went on to study at the National Gallery Art school in Melbourne in 1949 taking painting classes, during which he won a student prize for a landscape artwork of demolished buildings in the suburb of Carlton, Victoria. After two years at the National Gallery Art school Hill was then enrolled at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Harold Freedman's ‘The Art of the Book’ four year book design course studying typography and illustration. During the final year of his education at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Hill was awarded with an illustration prize as well as a scholarship that funded his tuition. He graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a diploma in book designing.

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