Richard Edward Miller  (American, 1875-1943) 

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Richard Edward Miller, Young Lady Sewing

 

Richard Edward Miller
Young Lady Sewing
A.J. Kollar Fine Paintings, LLC
Richard Edward Miller, An Artistic Reverie

 

Richard Edward Miller
An Artistic Reverie
circa 1904-1909

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC
Richard Edward Miller, Landscape with Poplars

 

Richard Edward Miller
Landscape with Poplars
Questroyal Fine Art, LLC
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Richard Edward Miller, Contemplation (Woman seated next to birdcage)

 

Richard Edward Miller
Contemplation (Woman seated next to birdcage), 1913
oil on canvas

 

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Richard Edward Miller, An Artistic Reverie

 

Richard Edward Miller
An Artistic Reverie, 1904-1909
oil on board

 

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Richard Edward Miller, Signora alla Teletta

 

Richard Edward Miller
Signora alla Teletta
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1875   Born in Provincetown, MA
1893   Enrolled in the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, a branch of Washington University
1898   Received a traveling scholarship, which allowed him to study in Europe
1900   Awarded medal from the Paris salon
1898 - 1901   Atteneded Académie Julian in Paris
1904   Awarded medal from the Paris salon
1906   Discovered Giverny and began teaching at Mary C. Wheeler’s summer school
   Earle, Helen L. “Biographical Sketches of American Artists.” 5th ed. New Jersey: Anthony C. Schmidt Fine Arts, 1972.
   Falk, Peter Hastings, ed.. “Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975: 400 Years of Artists in America.” Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1999.
   Preato, Robert R and Langer, Sandra L. “Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, Transformations in the Modern American Mode 1885-1945.” New York: Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., 1988.