1857 - 1937
Although Millard was among the founder members of the Newlyn School and remained resident in the village for more than a decade, he is among the lesser known of the core artists. He developed a friendship with the more famous Henry Scott Tuke while a student and this seems to have endured throughout his life.
Millard, a London-born artist, studied in Paris under Jean-Paul Laurens, where he was a contemporary of Henry Scott Tuke in 1882.
Millard was clearly among the original Newlyn School artists as he appears in the group photographs of 1884, and one of the studios in Bateman?s Meadow was constructed for him. In 1889 his address was at Belmo
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