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Women in a sunlit landscape framed by a large, vividly patterned Japanese parasol, exemplify Miller's expressionist technique.
Miller was one of the American Impressionists working in the French countryside known as the Giverny Group.
Mr. O.J. Wardwell (probably); C.L. Baldwin Esquire; sold through New York American Art Association "Private Collection of Important American Paintings formed by C.L. Baldwin" 22 April 1926; by descent in the family to owner in Connecticut; (Christie's, New York, New York, 4 December 1997); purchased by the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Jane and Andrew Paine, Indianapolis, Indiana; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art, in 2015.