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- c1940s-1960s (Creation)
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"Josephine Haswell Miller" (in pencil), bottom right.
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Painter in oil, tempera and watercolour, and etcher. Born in Glasgow, she studied art at The Glasgow School of Art under Robert Anning Bell and Maurice Greiffenhagen. Exhibited RA, RSA, in the provinces and in America. Glasgow Corporation and the RSA bought her work. She was married to the artist Archibald E Haswell Miller and lived in Scotland for some years, later settling in Gillingham, Dorset.
She also taught Etching at The Glasgow School of Art from session 1924/25 to 1931/32.
Gifted by Silvia Percival Prescott (daughter of Josephine and Archibald Haswell Miller), September 2010.
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Dimensions: 278 x 387 (sheet) mm
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