James Miller (painter)

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James Miller

Jamie Miller
Birth name James Anthony Miller
Born December 26, 1959(1959-12-26)
Montreal, Quebec
Spouse (m. 2008-present)
Nationality Canadian
Field Painter
Training Self–taught
Movement Contemporary Social Realism, Allegory, Figurative

James Anthony Miller (a.k.a. Jamie Miller) (born 1959) is a Canadian contemporary realist, figurative painter, based in Montreal, Quebec.

Self taught and influenced by Caravaggio, Delacroix, and Repin, Miller began Oil painting in 2004 at the age of 44.

Vegan since 1984, Miller, a social commentator[1] , uses vegan paints and materials to revisit/rework classical themes in order to express/examine/critique contemporary sociopolitical issues and ideas.[2]

Jamie Miller Selected works
James (Jamie) Miller's painting "The Flagellation of Christ"
Painting of men carrying a bloodied bombing victim.
Collateral Damage 2007  
Painting entitled Judith Beheading Holofernes depicting George W Bush as the tyrant Holofernes
Painting of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accusing Benjamin Netanyahu entitled "The Accusation"
"The Accusation" 2009
Ahmadinejad accuses Netanyahu  
Portrait of Pope Benedict XVI
Critical Mass 2009
Depicting Pope Benedict XVI  
Portrait of Cheikha Khalida. Standing Woman.
Cheikha Khalida 2009  
Hillary Clinton depicted as Medusa
Medusa 2010
Featuring Hillary Clinton  
A painting of a seated young woman entitled "Repentant Magdalene".
Repentant Magdoline 2010
after Caravaggio  
The Entombment (2005) Animal rights theme depicting the burial of a pig.
The Entombment (2005)
Animal rights theme
Illustrates sadness for animals' suffering at the hands of man
Based on Caravaggio's "The Entombment of Christ".  

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