Godfrey Miller In His Studio, Young Street, Sydney. Kerry Dundas, 1931–2010 Aust.
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Godfrey Miller In His Studio, Young Street, Sydney

1950/later printing. Silver gelatin photograph, signed in pencil over a faint ink signature on image lower right, 25.1 x 28cm.

“Godfrey Miller (1893–1964) arrived in Australia from his native New Zealand in 1919. Serving as a light horseman in Egypt and Gallipoli, he was badly wounded. After his convalescence he continued his studies as an architect. From 1929 to 1931 he studied at the Slade School in London and during the 1930s he travelled extensively in Europe. In 1939 he settled in Sydney. From 1948 until his death Miller was a part-time teacher at East Sydney Technical College.” His artwork often showed his “enduring interest in molecular science and mathematics.” Ref: NPG, AGNSW.

Item #CL195-62

Price (AUD): $2,200.00  other currencies

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