Richard Miller

Richard Emil Miller (1875-1943) began studying art in his hometown of St. Louis, but in 1898, like many American artists of the late nineteenth century, he sought the rigors and prestige of study in Paris. Unlike most of his compatriots abroad, however, he remained in France for twenty years; he was considered a leading figure of the second-generation American Impressionists living in Giverny, an artists community outside Paris. He departed for Pasadena, California, at the outbreak of the First World War.

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