Peter Miller

Peter Miller is one of the few artists in the world, working in the technique of photographic printing.

For more than 25 years, Peter Miller has been reviving the most complicated technique invented in the 19th century that combines engraving and photography. With its help, Miller creates real masterpieces. His exquisite works are processed through long-term stages from photography to etching. As a result of this unique and painstaking technique, monochrome images with amazing airiness, an atmosphere of old Japanese movies and photographs of the Meiji period (the turn of the 19th-20th centuries) are obtained. Miller was greatly influenced by Chinese and Japanese aesthetics and philosophy. His works are filled with extraordinary depth, a conceptual generalization of the transient phenomena of nature and everyday life. The task of creating an artistic image is also a subject for the complex technique of photographic printing that combines a peculiar texture and tonality.