Lee Miller, the model, the woman and the war

by | 19 Oct 2020 | Women in war

Muse to the greatest artists of her time, Lee Miller embodied the feminine ideal of the 1930s. During the war, she proved to be an outstanding reporter at the time of the liberation of the camps. Photographing the enemy seemed liberating for this wounded woman whose life and work are still intimately linked.

Lee Miller with a steel helmet specially created to use a camera, Normandy, 1944
Lee miller artworks
Lee Miller collection to see on the official website

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