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December 8, 1815 Breslau - February 9, 1905 Berlin.

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Here are all the paintings of Miller, Alfred Jacob 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
19436 Antoine Clement, The Great Hunter Miller, Alfred Jacob Antoine Clement, The Great Hunter 1837 Oil on canvas Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore.
19435 Bear Bull, Chief of the Oglala Sioux Miller, Alfred Jacob Bear Bull, Chief of the Oglala Sioux 1837 Watercolor on paper Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore.
41438 Crossing one of the Sources of the Colorado of the West,in the Mountains of the Windsl Miller, Alfred Jacob Crossing one of the Sources of the Colorado of the West,in the Mountains of the Windsl mk162 c.1837 9x7
41443 Elk Hunting in the Rocky Mountatins Miller, Alfred Jacob Elk Hunting in the Rocky Mountatins mk162 c.1837 Pencil with brown and gray washes on paper 8x7
19437 Encampment on Green River Miller, Alfred Jacob Encampment on Green River 1837 Watercolor on paper Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha.
41441 Greeting the Trappers Miller, Alfred Jacob Greeting the Trappers mk162 1837 Watercolor on paper 6x9
41447 Indian Elopemetn Miller, Alfred Jacob Indian Elopemetn mk162 1852 Oil on canvas 30x36
41440 Indians Assembled in Grand Council to Hold a Talk Miller, Alfred Jacob Indians Assembled in Grand Council to Hold a Talk mk162 c.1837 Pencil and ink with gray wash on paper 8x10
41442 Indians Fording a River Miller, Alfred Jacob Indians Fording a River mk162 undated Watercolor on paper 4x6
31977 Interior of Fort Laramie Miller, Alfred Jacob Interior of Fort Laramie mk77 1858-60 Watercolor 11 5/8x14 1/8in
41445 Louis-Rocky Mountain Trapper Miller, Alfred Jacob Louis-Rocky Mountain Trapper mk162 undated Watercolor on paper 7x5
41444 Surround of Buffalo by Indians Miller, Alfred Jacob Surround of Buffalo by Indians mk162 c.1848-1858 Oil on canvas 30x44

Miller, Alfred Jacob
American Painter, 1810-1874 American painter. From 1831-2 he studied with the portrait painter Thomas Sully in Philadelphia, PA. In 1832 he went to France, where he studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. He also visited Rome before returning to Baltimore, to open a portrait studio in 1834. Three years later Miller moved to New Orleans, LA, and was engaged by Captain William Drummond Stewart to accompany an expedition to the Rocky Mountains. The journey brought Miller into close contact with the American Indians, whose hunting and social customs he depicted in 200 watercolour sketches, and with the Far West fur trappers at their annual trading gatherings. He was one of the first artists to leave a detailed visual account of the life of the American mountain men (see WILD WEST AND FRONTIER ART). Miller's Rocky Mountain paintings are among the most romantic images of the American West ever created. His works are often panoramic and dramatic, yet he was equally adept at depicting charming, intimate scenes. His free, vigorous painting style brings to life both the American Indian and the rugged pioneer. Such paintings as the Lost Greenhorn
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