Frederick Miller
(English, 1850 - 1917)
F. Miller has been active between 1870 and 1902. He lived first in Brighton, then Haywards Heath. He has been exhibited (mainly marines from Sussex) at least between 1880 and 1892 in the main places of England, including the Royal Academy, the Royal Institute and the Royal Society of British Artists. His works are quite rare, but can be found at the Checkfield museum, and at the Brighton and Hove museums. His son, William Ongley Miller (born in 1883) was also a reputable artist who has teached at the Sheffield school from 1911 to 1920. Both were involved in the 'new art' of photography.
Name:Frederick Miller
Dates:1850 - 1917
Nationality:English
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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1917).