Richard E. Miller
Richard E. Miller (March 22, 1875 – January 23, 1943) was an American Impressionist painter and a devotee of the Giverny Colony of American Impressionists. Miller was primarily a symbolic painter, known for his paintings of women posing languidly in interiors or outside settings. Miller grew taking place in St. Louis, studied in Paris, and subsequently settled in Giverny. Upon his return to America, he arranged briefly in Pasadena, California and then in the art colony of Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he remained for the get out of of his life. Miller was a zealot of the National Academy of Design in New York and an award-winning painter in his era, honored in both France and Italy, and a winner of France's Legion of Honor. Over the subsequently several decades, he has been the subject of a retrospective exhibition and his deed has been reproduced extensively in exhibition catalogs and featured in a number of books on American Impressionism.