Portraits of Artists

Lee Miller’s Portraits of Artists

Portraiture is the only form of photography that Lee Miller continued to practice until the end of her life. Many of the portraits were intended for Vogue magazine and others were shot in anticipation of press use to promote exhibitions often curated by Roland Penrose at the ICA, London. Some were simply an expression of the friendship that existed among this group of people.

Archival quality fine prints : non-editioned
Fine prints are made in house by Carole Callow, a photographic printer of international repute. All archival quality fine prints are individually made on high quality fibre based paper and are selenium toned for enhanced permanence. The reverse bears the Lee Miller Archive authentication stamp which is signed by Antony Penrose, a stamp certifying the print is made by Carole Callow, and the Lee Miller Copyright (c) stamp. The print also comes with an authentication certificate signed by Antony Penrose.

The standard sizes of images are printed on paper of approximately the following dimensions;
Imperial 11 x 14 inches, Metric 280 x 355mm
Non editioned Fine Archival Prints start at £2,910.00 (VAT inc) plus shipping (and import taxes if applicable)

Also included:

  • Nusch and Paul Éluard, Christian Zervos’ apartment, Paris, France 1944
  • Picasso and Roland Penrose [with car window showing reflection of Lee Miller], Mougins, France 1937
  • Roland Penrose with Miro 1964
  • Max Ernst building his studio, Sedona, Arizona, USA 1946
  • Man Ray, Paris, France, 1931
  • Joseph Cornell, Lee Miller Studios Inc., New York, USA 1932


Other Lee Miller Collections

Qunitessential Lee Miller, limited edition box set

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An Egyptian Perspective - limited edition box set

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Model wearing Digby Morton suit. London, England 1941. (Platinum Palladium print by 31 Studio)

Fashion Collection

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Platinum Print Collection, limited editions

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