Tabletop with Coconut and Nuts

by Frank Harrison Miller (1843–1911)

Oil on canvas
16 x 22 1/16 inches
Signed lower right: F. Miller,

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Provenance
Godel & Co., New York, New York
Private collection, New York, New York, acquired from above

Artist Biography

A native of Fall River, Massachusetts, Frank Harrison Miller studied with Benjamin Champney, and later in Paris and under George Inness. His mentor, Robert Spear Dunning, was a co-founder of the successful Fall River Evening Drawing School, where Miller taught classes. Known for their masterful, trompe l’oeil still life paintings, the Fall River School included Dunning, John E. Grouard, and Bryant Chapin. American art historian William H. Gerdts referred to Miller as “the leading artist [of Fall River] after Dunning’s death.”

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A native of Fall River, Massachusetts, Frank Harrison Miller studied with Benjamin Champney, and later in Paris and under George Inness. His mentor, Robert Spear Dunning, was a co-founder of the successful Fall River Evening Drawing School, where Miller taught classes. Known for their masterful, trompe l’oeil still life paintings, the Fall River School included Dunning, John E. Grouard, and Bryant Chapin. American art historian William H. Gerdts referred to Miller as “the leading artist [of Fall River] after Dunning’s death.”

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