Lewis Miller

Lewis Miller

Last updated September 18, 2012

Biography

Lewis Miller Born 1959 Melbourne. Painter and print maker who exhibits regularly in Melbourne and Sydney at Australian Galleries and at Heiser Gallery in Brisbane. Miller has entered the Archibald Prize since 1989 and has been a finalist sixteen times, winning it in 1998. Winner, James Farrell Self Portrait Prize 2007 and Sporting Portrait Prize 2000.

Commissioned portraits include Sir Edmund Hillary and Dr James Dewey Watson, Nobel Laureate. Has also completed more than sixty pencil portraits of the main players in the completion of the Human Genome Sequence.

Allan Mitelman wearing a beret
HB pencil.
Acquired by the judge Jenny Sages from the 2008 Award.
 
Lewis Miller_Alan Mitelman wearing a Beret

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