Chicago's Forgotten Renaissance Man
In a technological age, Miller embraced old-world skills with strong hands toughened by a lifetime of work. His genius reached its apex in four "fully realized artistic studios" that he built on Chicago's North Side in the 1920s and 30s. He marked almost every inch of the studios with daring and surprise.
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