Random Inspiration: Richard E. Miller Part IV

by Matthew Innis |

With his painting The Chinese Statuette, exhibited at the 1910 Salon, Richard E. Miller revealed the characteristics which would define his art for the rest of his life. The work, a quiet and decorative portrait of a woman, quite possibly his wife, combined virtuosic brushwork and sensuous textures with peculiar color harmonies and sinuous contours.⁶…

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