Bridgeman Images now representing the estate of John Miller

Farm at Trencom
Farm at TrencomBridgeman Images press release.

Bridgeman Images is excited to announce that it has been chosen to represent the estate of John Miller for copyright, reproduction and licensing.

Born in London, the artist studied and worked as an architect before relocating to West Cornwall in 1958 to become a full time painter. Working from his studio with its magnificent views across the Hayle estuary, John painted his distinctive images of glowing beach and deep blue sky that he is now famous for.

Miller’s art occupies the space between figuration and abstraction and references Rothko and Turner as key influences. Franciscan spirituality was also instrumental to his life and work, describing painting as “an exterior response to an interior vision.”

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“We chose Bridgeman Images as we feel they are best placed as leading specialists in the distribution of fine art worldwide, to represent and manage John’s images.”

Michael Truscott and Heather Kaute on behalf of the estate of John Miller.

Our Member Artists 

Bridgeman Images represent over 200 artists and estates for full copyright administration. For these artists, we administer the copyright in the entirety of their oeuvre.  See all Bridgeman Copyright Artists & Estates.

Bridgeman Copyright member artists include Dame Elizabeth Blackadder and the estates of Stanley Spencer and Augustus John.

Even if the work of art is not held by Bridgeman, copyright can still be cleared. For further information contact us.

About Bridgeman Images

The rights-managed specialists in reproducing and licensing art, photography and footage to creative professionals. Over the past 40 years we have built up a global client base through our offices in London, New York, Paris and Berlin, representing leading museums and artists for copyright. Bridgeman passes along 75% of the reproduction fee back to its partners.

Farm at Trencom, 1999 (gouache) by John Miller (1931-2002) / Private Collection / Bridgeman Images