Lives Of Lee Miller by Antony PenroseLives Of Lee Miller by Antony Penrose

Lives Of Lee Miller

byAntony Penrose

Paperback | May 26, 1999

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• Lee Miller: 1927: New York. Classically beautiful, she is discovered by Condé Nast and immortalized by Steichen, Hoyningen-Huene, Horst, and other famous photographers.

• Lee Miller: 1929: Paris. Protégé and lover of Man Ray, she invents with him the solarization technique of photography and develops into a brilliant Surrealist photographer.

• Lee Miller: 1939-1945: Europe. She becomes a U.S. war correspondent and covers the liberation of Paris. Her photographs of the Dachau concentration camp shock the world.

These are but three of the many lives of Lee Miller, intimately recorded here by her son, Antony Penrose, whose years of work on her photographic archives unearthed a rich selection of her finest work, including portraits of her friends Picasso, Braque, Ernst, Eluard, and Miró. To these are added many other photos that complement Penrose's highly readable biography of this uniquely talented artist. 171 duotone illustrations.
Antony Penrose is the son of Lee Miller and Roland Penrose and is director of the Lee Miller Archives and The Penrose Collection. His other books include The Lives of Lee Miller, Lee Miller’s War, and the acclaimed children’s book, The Boy Who Bit Picasso. He lives in Sussex.
Title:Lives Of Lee MillerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:216 pages, 11 × 8.7 × 0.7 inPublished:May 26, 1999Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0500275092

ISBN - 13:9780500275092

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This fascinating biography examines one of the world’s most uniquely talented artists. The Lives of Lee Miller presents three of the many lives as portrayed by her son, Antony Penrose. He dug into his mother’s photographic archives to present a rich selection of her finest work combined with a highly readable biography.