Since the mid-20th century, Peter Milton has been in the first rank of
American print makers. Born in Pennsylvania 1930, Milton began his formal
art education at Yale University School of Art and Architecture, under
Joseph Albers, from 1950-1954 (B.F.A.) and his M.F.A. in 1962.
he discovered he was partially color blind and began seriously persuing
engraving and etching. He began exhibiting both solo and in groups in
1963, and has since shown extensively, with representation in well over
100 public collections.
Milton has had exhibitions in London, Paris, Osaka and Seoul, as well
as in most major cities in the U.S. He has served as a visiting artist
at Dartmouth, Yale, Columbia and Rhode Island School of Design. He now
resides in New Hampshire.