All Alfred Jacob Miller 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
50968 Buffalo Hunt  Buffalo Hunt   mk217
50941 Fort William on the Laramie  Fort William on the Laramie   mk217
50541 Hunter-s Brider  Hunter-s Brider   mk212 1845 Oil on canvas 128.9x162.6cm
50944 Indian Encampement  Indian Encampement   mk217
41439 Indian Encampment near the Wind River Mountains  Indian Encampment near the Wind River Mountains   mk160 c.1837 6x9
4252 Indian Scout  Indian Scout  
50942 Interior view of fort William  Interior view of fort William   mk217
50948 Mirage on the Prairie or Traders caravan  Mirage on the Prairie or Traders caravan   mk217
96323 Scene of Trappers and Indians  Scene of Trappers and Indians   before 1842 Medium oil on artist's board Dimensions 17.78 X 30.48 cm cyf
45962 Sioux camp Scene  Sioux camp Scene   mk178 around 1852 oils on linen
45961 Snake Indians  Snake Indians   mk178 1810-1874 after 1837 oils on linen
50935 Trappers on the big sandy  Trappers on the big sandy   mk217
41498 Trappers Saluting the Rocky Mountains  Trappers Saluting the Rocky Mountains   mk162 c.1864 Oil on canvas 25x38
50943 Trappers- Rendezvous  Trappers- Rendezvous   mk217

Alfred Jacob Miller
American Painter, 1810-1874 1810?C74, American artist, b. Baltimore, studied under Thomas Sully and in Europe. In 1837 he joined an expedition to the American West and was probably the first artist to depict the Rocky Mts. On that trip he produced his most important works, chiefly studies of Native American and frontier life, valuable for their documentary detail. These sketches and watercolors were entirely forgotten for nearly a century until they were rediscovered in a storeroom of the Peale Museum, Baltimore.

China Oil Painting Studio Team