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Charles Henry Miller

 (1842 - 1922)
Charles Henry Miller was active/lived in New York / Germany.  Charles Miller is known for landscape painting-Long Island.

Charles Henry Miller

Charles Henry Miller was a noted artist and painter of landscapes from Long Island, New York. The American poet Bayard Taylor called him, "The artistic discoverer of the little continent of Long Island."

Miller was educated at Mount Washington Collegiate Institute, and graduated in medicine at the New York Homeopathic Institute in 1864. Before his graduation, he had occasionally painted pictures, and in 1860 he exhibited The Challenge Accepted at the National Academy of Design, in New York City.

He lived in Queens at the summer estate, Queenslawn, originally purchased by his parents. He went abroad in 1864 and again in 1867, and was a pupil in the Bavarian Royal Academy at Munich under the instruction of Adolf Lier.
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About  Charles Henry Miller

Born:  1842 - Long Island, New York
Died:   1922 - New York City
Known for:  landscape painting-Long Island