(1904 - 1973)
Barse Miller was active/lived in California, Maine. Barse Miller is known for regional scene easel and mural painting, teaching, illustration.
Born in New York City, Barse Miller became a painter and muralist,
studying art first from his mother, Susan Barse Miller (1875-1935), an
academically trained artist. At age eleven, he began studies at
the National Academy of Design in New York and at the Pennsylvania
Academy of Fine Arts with Henry Snell and Hugh Breckenridge. He
also studied in Paris and then from 1924 taught drawing at Chouinard
Art Institute in Los Angeles and did murals for the WPA.
the 1920s, he joined the California Watercolor Society and is best
known there for Los Angeles area scenes. He became a World War II
special artist- correspondent for Life magazine, and was attached to General MacArthur's Pacific headquarters as ... Displaying 750 of 4032 characters.