Image: The Green Cage
(St. Louis, Missouri, 1875 - 1943, St. Augustine, Florida)

The Green Cage , c. 1910-1914

Oil on canvas
36 1/4 in. x 28 5/8 in. (92.08 cm x 72.71 cm)
Gift of Mr. S. G. Carkhuff
1954.39
detail
A leading figure in a colony of American Impressionists who settled in the Normandy village where Impressionist painter Claude Monet established his studio, Richard E. Miller spent more than 20 years in France. 'The Green Cage' is typical of Miller’s style and subject matter. The artist’s aesthetic featured rich color, broken brushstrokes, enhanced contrast, diagonal compositions and intense surface patterning. He commonly painted young women relaxing in domestic settings, such as porches, gardens or boudoirs. Miller believed art’s true purpose was decorative, rather than narrative, with the goal of “conveying a pleasant optical sensation.”
  
Subscribe on Yahoo! Calendar

Yahoo Calendar Instructions:

  1. On your Yahoo Calendar page, find "Subscribed" on the left side-bar and click the "plus" sign
  2. Click "Subscribe to Other Calendars"
  3. Paste the following link in the "iCal Address" field:
  4. Choose a Display Name and Calendar Color and click "Continue"
Help with calendar subscriptions

Help with calendar subscriptions:

Most modern calendar software will allow you to subscribe to online calendars. If you have different software other than those that are listed, you can use the following URL in its subscribe feature to automatically display upcoming events:

Search the Collection

Quick Search

  Go

Advanced Search

Online Collection paid for with a grant from
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Rights & Reproduction

The use of images, text, and all other media found on this website is limited. Please review the Rights and Reproduction document for details.