George B. Miller, Landscape Painter

(fl. 1815-1819)

Landscape Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was a pupil of Benjamin Barker, the landscape painter, of Bath. He was living in Kilkenny in 1815 and was in Dublin in 1817 at No. 11 Henry Street, and in 1819 at 10 South Great George's Street. In 1818, in an advertisement issued by him from Henry Street, he described himself as "Professor of landscape painting in oil and water-colour." He contributed two "Landscapes and Figures" to the Hibernian Society's Exhibition in 1815, and various views, twenty in all, to the Exhibitions in 1815, 1817 and 1819. His name does not appear after the latter date. A drawing in Indian ink, "View of the Interior of St. Patrick's Cathedral," by him, is in the National Gallery of Ireland.

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