Benjamin Miller

Selected Works

 

Biography

American, 1877 - 1964

A printmaker known for woodcuts, painter and educator, Benjamin Miller lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.  He studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Cincinnati Academy of Art with Frank Duveneck.

Exhibition venues included American Federation of Arts, 1929; Victoria and Albert Museum; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, 1928; Cincinnati Art Museum; Cleveland Museum of Art, 1929; Carnegie Institute; Norton Gallery A; Print Club, Philadelphia, 1929 (prize), 1932, 1935 (prize); Art Institute of Chicago, 1930; Philadelphia Art Alliance; National Exhibition of Lithography and Woodcuts, New York, 1937; National Academy of Design, 1942; Tri-State Print Exhibition,1945 (prize).

Source:
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art