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Charles Henry Miller, N.A.: Painter of Long Island tells the life story of this great American painter, his successes and failures, and his devotion to his adopted home.

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Charles Henry Miller, N.A.: Painter of Long

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  • Long Island, located just east of New York City, has been the home of many great artists over the past three centuries. Though most were not native to this place, few showed more devotion and love for the Island than the painter, Charles Henry Miller. Throughout his sixty year career, Miller made it his mission to promote Long Island to his many associates in the New York art world. It was his favorite place to be, whether sketching, painting, or writing prose. Respected for his artistic abilities, Charles Henry Miller served on many institutional boards during his career and was awarded major prizes for his paintings that depicted the region. Important for their artistic merit alone, Miller's paintings and sketches were praised for their ability to impart the rich history of Long Island in a manner available to a wide audience. Charles Henry Miller, N.A.: Painter of Long Island tells the life story of this great American painter, his successes and failures, and his devotion to his adopted home. In addition to a detailed biography, dozens of examples of his paintings and sketches are illustrated, as well as a number of period photographs showing Miller at work, at leisure, and with his family. The first major publication created on the artist, this book is a must for dealers, art historians, and all those interested in American art.