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Song Without End - from Lee Miller

Piano By Broadwood London England 1940 by Lee Miller © Lee Miller Archives, England. All rights reserved.

Lee Miller and Marion Morehouse 1929  Photographer Cecil Beaton

Cecil Beaton, Lee Miller and Marion Morehouse, 1929 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive, Sotheby's London.

‘Ruined street, Place Chateaubriand, St. Malo, France 1944’ by Lee Miller, © Lee Miller Archives, England 2014. All rights reserved.

The women reporters who covered D-Day

Ruined street, Place Chateaubriand, Saint-Malo, by Lee Miller,

Travel Light for Whitsun - pub. 1950 Lee Miller

After the war, Miller Lee shot 'In Sicily' for British Vogue, playing up the touristy, foreign-vacation angle.

A bombed chapel, 1940

Lee Miller: the model, the monster and the mother

She was the fashion muse who joined the surrealists – and shook up photojournalism with her shots of Nazi atrocities. As new images reveal a more intimate side of Lee Miller, Blake Morrison remembers a trailblazer

by Margaret Bourke-White Lee Miller, England, 1942.

kvetchlandia: “Margaret Bourke-White Lee Miller, England 1942 “ I’m no good with my hands, though I am good with a screwdriver—taking a camera apart. I could scream.

Cologne Cathedral (1945) by Lee Miller   ~ one of the first (the first?) woman photographers on the war front.

Cologne Cathedral by Lee Miller ~ one of the first woman photographers on the war front.

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Lee Miller photograph of Jean Cocteau in the Palais Royal Arcades, 1944

"Lee Miller: A Woman's War" - Vogue photographer Lee Miller's photos of women during World War II - Pictures - CBS News

Vogue photographer's World War II

Lee Miller, Irmgard Seefried, Opera singer singing an aria from ‘Madame Butterfly,’ © Lee Miller Archives, England.

Portrait of Space, frame 4, final version, 1937. Lee Miller

Lee Miller "Portrait of Space near Siwa, Egypt Miller was an American photographer trained by Man Ray and working in photojournalism mainly during WWII. Her personal work is characterised by surrealist themes.

Man Ray: "Portrait of Lee Miller"  Gelatin silver print, c. 1930. DAMN those lips. thossse brows. smoulderrr

Elizabeth ‘Lee’ Miller, Lady Penrose – was an American photographer. In her early career she was a successful fashion model in New York City in the before going to Paris where she became an established fashion and fine art.

A bombed chapel, 1940 by Lee Miller

Lee Miller: the model, the monster and the mother

A bombed chapel, Photograph: Lee Miller, © Lee Miller Archives, England All rights reserved.

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