Alfred Jacob Miller Art Photos

Alfred Jacob Miller (1810-1874) an American painter known for paintings about the northwestern United States.

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Shoshone Indians at Mountain Lake painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Denver Art Museum. Denver, CO.Buffalo Hunt painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Fort Worth, TX.Crow Chief on Lookout painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Rockwell Museum of Art. Corning, NY.Snake Indians painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.
Shoshone Indians at Mountain Lake painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Denver Art Museum. Denver, CO.Buffalo Hunt painting (c1838-42) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Amon Carter Museum of American Art. Fort Worth, TX.Crow Chief on Lookout painting (c1840) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Rockwell Museum of Art. Corning, NY.Snake Indians painting (1840) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.
Crow Native on Horseback painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Rockwell Museum of Art. Corning, NY.Bartering for a Bride painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.Trappers Enroute for the Rendezvous painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.Where the Clouds Love to Rest painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.
Crow Native on Horseback painting (1844) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Rockwell Museum of Art. Corning, NY.Bartering for a Bride painting (1845) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.Trappers Enroute for the Rendezvous painting (1850) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Eiteljorg Museum. Indianapolis, IN.Where the Clouds Love to Rest painting (c1850) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.
The Lake Her Lone Bosom Expands to the Sky painting by Alfred Jacob Miller at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.


The Lake Her Lone Bosom Expands to the Sky painting (c1850) by Alfred Jacob Miller at Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX.



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