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Charles Henry Miller Collection
Charles Henry Miller,
Scope, and Content Note
1 preliminary leaf (plate) plus 43 leaves of plates: illustrations; 49 cm.
Date: c. 1889
Extent: 44 items
Abstract: "New York and Long Island Landscapes" by Charles Henry Miller. Primarily
etched by August Barry. Research suggests the prints were published in New York, c.
1889. Comprising 44 oversized sheets, the Charles Henry Miller Collection consists
of print etchings of Miller's regional landscapes and bucolic nature scenes.
Arrangement and Processing Note
Processed by Kristen J. Nyitray in August 2002. Updated August 2014, May 2019, and
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The Charles Henry Miller Collection consists of 44 print etchings of the artist's
"New York and Long Island Landscapes." Charles Henry Miller (1842-1922) was known
for his paintings of regional landscapes and bucolic nature scenes. Most of the etchings
in this collection were done by August Barry. Research suggests the prints were published
in New York, c. 1889. Subjects represented in the collection include: agriculture;
architecture; business and industry; community and events; daily life; environment
and nature; people; recreation and sports; transportation; and work and labor.
Charles Henry Miller (1842-1922) resided in Queens and East Marion, New York. A recipient
of many prestigious art awards and prizes, his works were exhibited around the world
in the late 19th century. Poet Bayard Taylor referred to Miller as “the artistic discoverer
of the little continent of Long Island.”
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Miller, Charles Henry, 1842-1922.
Long Island (N.Y.) -- In art.
New York (State) -- Long Island.
 New York and Long Island Landscapes by Chas. H. Miller. Etched by A. Barry. [title
 Mill at Valley Stream L.I.
 At Valley Stream
 The Blacksmith-Shop from the original sketch in the possession of Col. T.B Thorpe.
 A Barnyard
 Landscape and Cattle
 A Long Island Mill Pond
 A South Side Lane, L.I.
 A Long Island Homestead
 Moonlight on Long Island
 The Harvest Moon
 Boating on the Pond
 The Alley Mill, Little Neck Bay, L.I.
 A Long Island Landscape
 Old Mill at Roslyn, L.I.
 Old Mill Near Queens, L.I.
 Sheep Washing on Long Island
 Under the Water-Willows
 Near Creedmoor, L.I.
 Old Mill at Springfield, L.I.
 Fresh Pond, L.I.
 Chas. H. Miller 1882 Fire Island, N.Y.
 untitled, 1880
 The Alley Mill Pond, 1886
 An Autumn Landscape
 The Border of a Pond
 A City Sketch, N.Y.
 Clearing Off
 A Cloudy Day
 A Fisherman’s Home
 Gathering Leaves at Glendale, L.I.
 A Mill Race
 Moonlight N.Y.
 A Stable Yard, N.Y.
 Roslyn, L.I. 1878
 Roslyn C.H.M.
 The Road to the Mill
 The Return to the Fold
 The Return to the Fold
 A Rainy Day
 On The Road to Market
 A Mill Stream Near Queens, L.I.
 Springfield Mill Pond, L.I.