Elizabeth "Lee" Miller, Lady Penrose (April 23, 1907 – July 21, 1977), was an American photographer. She was a fashion model in New York City in the 1920s before going to Paris, where she became a fashion and fine art photographer. During the Second World War, she was a war correspondent for Vogue, covering ...
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Apr 22, 2013 ... She was the fashion muse who joined the surrealists – and shook up photojournalism with her shots of Nazi atrocities. As new images reveal a more intimate side of Lee Miller, Blake Morrison remembers a trailblazer.
Lee Miller, original name Elizabeth Miller, (born April 23, 1907, Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.—died July 21, 1977, Farley Farm House, near Chiddingly, East Sussex, England), American photographer, Surrealist artist, and model who might have been known primarily as the muse and lover of the Surrealist artist Man Ray ...
Dec 2, 2016 ... Lee Miller's life was as extraordinary as her photos.
Miller (1907–1977) began her career as a fashion model, and quickly decamped for Paris, where she became Man Ray's muse and student. After they split, she returned to Manhattan for a brief stint as a studio photographer, but eventually returned to Europe. Her surrealist background led to her taking stunning photos of ...
Sep 30, 2015 ... A new exhibit presents the incredible work of Lee Miller, the Vogue model turned W.W.II correspondent who was famously photographed in Hitler's bathtub.
Oct 27, 2015 ... In Lee Miller's uncommon life, there are two celebrated periods. The first began in 1929, when, at 22, she apprenticed with the Surrealist photographer Man Ray and modeled for him in innovative portraits and radical nudes. The second was during World War II, when Miller was one of five accredited female ...
Nov 16, 2017 ... “Man Ray taught me how to eat,” said Lee Miller, the fearless and forthright American beauty who worked as a Vogue model in the 1920s, cast straight off the New York streets by Mr Condé Nast, before carving a career as a fashion photographer and a war reporter for the magazine. Now a new book, Lee ...