Trade Paperback Used-Very Good Lilian May Miller, the daughter of an American diplomat, was one of the few artists who succeeded in bridging the artistic and cultural gap
between the U.S. and East Asia in the early decades of the 20th century. Trained in Japan in traditional painting styles and techniques, Miller created lyrical sketches, ink paintings, and woodblock prints of Japan and Korea. In particular, her woodblock prints, often made from blocks carved by Miller herself, won acclaim in Japan and the U.S.
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