|Birth name||Hilda Montalba|
|Works||Boy Unloading a Venetian Market Boat|
Hilda Montalba (1846—1919) was a British painter and sculptor.
Hilda Montalba was born in England in the mid-1840s, one of four daughters of the Swedish-born artist Anthony Rubens Montalba and Emeline (née Davies). The 1871 British census shows Anthony Montalba living at 19 Arundel Gardens, Notting Hill, London, with four daughters, all artists.
Hilda and her three sisters all attained high repute as artists. The Montalba sisters were regular contributors to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition during the 1870s. Like her sisters, Hilda painted many landscape subjects, including scenes of Venice. Like Clara she painted fishing boats, and also painted close-up studies of Venetian people. One notable example of her work is a painting now in the Graves Art Gallery in Sheffield, Boy Unloading a Venetian Market Boat.
- Hilda Montalba 1846–1919 (slideshow), BBC Your Paintings. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
- Biography of the Montalba sisters Retrieved August 2011
- History of Arundel Gardens Retrieved 7 February 2010
- At the Temple of Art: The Grosvenor Gallery, 1877-1890 By Colleen Denney Retrieved September 2011