Lilian May Miller

Born in Japan in 1895, Miller was the daughter of an American consular official. She received training in Japanese painting styles at an early age, and after schooling in America returned to Japan for more painting studies. She published many of her prints in the 20's and 30's, and later moved to Hawaii. She died during the time of the second war.

'Rain Blossoms'

Colour woodcut, 1928

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'Rain in the Willows'

Colour woodcut, (self cut and printed?)

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