Gerhard C. F. Miller

July 1980
American Artist;Jul1980, Vol. 44 Issue 456, p42
The article features Gerhard C. F. Miller, an American artist known for his watercolor paintings such as "Sugar Maple" 1979, "Autumn" 1980 and "The Boat Hoist" 1980. He was born and raised in Wisconsin and has never had any formal art schooling. Roy Mason, member of the American Watercolor Society, taught him a lesson about the values in watercolor painting. Miller states that realism is part of his painting and his methods of work are divided into drawing, creating a composition and working with slides and sketches.


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