|Derek Hill and his dilapidated "refugee" hut on Tory Island off northwestern Ireland.|
|In 1971, a very youthful-looking Prince|
Charles posed for Derek Hill.
|Derek Hill as seen in a local, Tory Island art gallery (possibly a self-portrait).|
|Actor, Sir John Gielgud, 1987, Derek Hill.|
|Morning on the Arno in Spring, 1950, Derek Hill. |
After the war, Hill spent a year paintng in Italy.
|Mrs. Mary Miley Mangan, 1948, Derek Hill.|
|Morning on the Arno in Winter, 1950, Derek Hill. |
Same location as above, different angle.
|The rocky coast of Tory Island. Hill's hut |
is left center near the edge of the grass
|Tory Island from Tor Mor, 1958-59, Derek Hill--not non-rpresentational enough.|
|John De Vere Loder, Governor of |
Northern Ireland, Derek Hill
|The Iron Bridge, (date unknown), Derek Hill, possibly during the war years.|