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Anna Hills was born in Ravenna, Ohio, in 1882, and educated in the mid-west at the Art Institute of Chicago. Further studies were in New York and Paris. Hills returned to the U.S., and settled in the arts colony, Laguna Beach, where she spent six years as president of the local Art Association. Like many classically trained artists, Hills’ palette lightened considerably after her arrival in California. Her dark, academic style evolved in to a classic California, light-infused Impressionism. Her work can be found in the public collections of the Irvine Museum and the Fleischer Museum of American Art.