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Kenneth Hayes Miller, a painter and teacher, was born in Kenwood, New York in 1876.
He studied at the Art Students' League under Mowbray and Cox.
He went on to become an important teacher of the members of the urban realist movement, a group, which included Reginald Marsh,
George Bellows, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Edward Hopper, and Marsden Hartley.
He deserves to be regarded as one of American art's great teachers for his sphere of influence has risen to the stature of the country's most beloved and most expensive works of art.