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Miller, Lilian (1895 - 1943), "A Korean Boy Holding a Bowl of Rice"

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Catalog ID A2587
Artist Lilian Miller
Title A Korean Boy Holding a Bowl of Rice
Medium Original Japanese Woodblock Print
Series Title Korea
Edition First and only.
Date c.1920s
Publisher The Artist - Privately Published
Reference No Brown: Fig. 10E, pg.21. Cat. 35E
Size 8 x 4 "
Condition Very fine.
Price $695.00
Shipping (US) $45.00
Shipping (Non-US) $95.00

Notes: Exceedingly rare. A scarce pre-earthquake small-format woodblock print design. Artist monogram; lower right. In September 1920 Miller turned to the production of woodblock prints, looking to make a living as well as a name in art. This design is one of the earliest works created from her inception as a woodblock print artist.

This is the exact impression used/displayed at the Pacific Asia Museum's 1998 Exhibition, "Between Two Worlds: The Life and Art of Lilian May Miller", and illustrated in the accompanying Pacific Asia Museum catalog. Compare the location of the two white dots within the design and the pencil mark in the bottom margin; also shown in the Pacific Asia Museum catalog. Provenance: Acquired directly from a descendant of the L. Miller Family. This was accompanied with the entire family collection of remaining works of art by Miller; including original paintings, pencil sketches and one of a kind proofs.

Provenance: Acquired directly from a descendant of the L.M. Miller family. This was accompanied with the entire family collection of remaining works; including original paintings, pencil sketches and one of a kind proofs.