Joaquin Miller Home
11.5 in HIGH x 14.5 in WIDE
(29.21 cm HIGH x 36.83 cm WIDE)
Gift of Louis B. Siegriest

BLcor: Gile 15
Verso: COLLECTION OF LOUIS SIEGRIEST-SELDEN GILE #33/"Jouquin (sic) Miller Home"-1915
TOM. Impressionism: The California View. 1981. TOM. Impressionism: The California View. 1981, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, 1/15/82 to 2/21/82. TOM. Impressionism: The

APPROXIMATE DATE: 1915; ARTIST BIRTH: 1877; ARTIST DEATH: 1947 NOTES: Society of Six, Perspective Gallery, 1988, Lou Siegriest attended Nancy Boas book signing which took place at The Oakland Museum. Exhibition Label: "Scene in Oakland", Oakland Museum of California March 9 - August 25, 2002 16. Selden Conner Gile (1877-1947) Joaquin Miller Home, 1915 Oil on canvas Gift of Louis B. Siegriest Joaquin Miller (1837-1913) the pseudonym of Cincinnatus Hiner Miller, a colorful writer, poet, playwright and self styled frontier bohemian, who was sometimes described as a combination of Walt Whitman and Buffalo Bill, moved to his 75 acres estate built in the Oakland hills in 1886. Miller's home known as "The Hights" (his spelling), where he lived for many years, located on the west edge of what is now Joaquin Miller Park, is the house depicted in Seldon Gile's painting. Seldon Gile was a leading member of the Oakland based group of plein air painters who called themselves the Society of Six.
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