"Book review: Alec Miller: Carver Guildsman Sculptor," by Duncan Macmilla, December 12, 2015
Sculptor Alec Miller deserves to be remembered, writes Duncan Macmillan about the book, Alec Miller: Carver Guildsman Sculptor by Graham Peel | Self-published, 295pp
The sculptor Alec Miller followed his career first in England and then in America, so perhaps it is not surprising that he does not figure largely in the annals of Scottish art. Nevertheless, he was a classic Scottish lad o’pairts. Against a background of pretty acute disadvantage, he was granted opportunities and made the very best of them. Struck by the injustice of his neglect, Graham Peel has researched, written
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