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Alice Levi Duncan
Richard E Miller (American 1875-1943)
Miller earned a scholarship to study at the Académie Julien (from 1898 to 1901) and remained in France, successfully exhibiting, and working in Paris and then in Giverny with another American impressionist, Frederick Frieseke, until the outbreak of World War I. His early Paris works depict scenes of urban life and café society. His subsequent works done while he was living in Pasadena CA and then Provincetown MA, reflect his years in Giverny. The subject matter, mostly lovely women in interior light-filled rooms are constant references to the Impressionist style.