Kenneth Hayes Miller
Born in Kenwood, New York in 1876, Kenneth Hayes Miller studied at the Art Students League in New York under Mowbray and Cox. He also studied at the New York School of Art under William M. Chase.
In 1923 Miller had a studio on East Fourteenth Street near Union Square known as the “Fourteenth Street School”. He became a central figure to other artists who dedicated themselves to portrayals of New York City’s people and life. Throughout his career Miller was an accomplished etcher, painter and drypoint engraver.