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George William Hill (1862 in Shipton, Eastern Townships, Quebec – 1934) was a Canadian sculptor. He was known as one of Canada's foremost sculptor during the first half of the 20th century, because of the numerous public memorials he made. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. He traveled to Paris in 1889 to study at the École nationale des beaux-arts and at the Académie Julian, and returned to Montreal in 1984 to open his workshop and begin producing public memorials.