He was born 17 April 1890 and died
in San Diego 7 June 1964.
By 1920 Clyde Hill was married to Elizabeth Alice and with his mother "Adelia" was living in San Diego. In the 1920 census his occupation is listed as artist.
Clyde hill was an accomplished landscape painter, as well as working for Warner Brothers as matte painter with Paul Detlefsen.
He also painted murals for the California Exposition on Treasure Island.