Harland Miller

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Harland Miller

Opens: 28 Jun 2021

From large scale etchings to a rare HC, browse a hand-picked collection and choose your favourite

Overcoming Optimism

Harland Miller

Overcoming Optimism

  • 2014
  • Screen print on paper
  • Edition of 50
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 110cm x 138cm
  • Sold framed (127 x 155 cm framed size)

£25,500

Overcoming Optimism
Overcoming Optimism
Overcoming Optimism

Following on from Miller's first show in Scotland at the Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, "Overcoming Optimism" was released in 2014. Miller is both a writer and artist (his debut novel Slow Down Arthur Stick to Thirty was published in 2000) and his paintings of books simultaneously provide a subject for the painter and an outlet for the writer.

'Overcoming Optimism' on display at Hang-Up Gallery, London

'Overcoming Optimism' on display at Hang-Up Gallery, London

ACE

Harland Miller

ACE

  • 2019
  • Etching and woodcut on paper
  • Edition of 50
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 119cm x 168cm

POA | £20,000 – £40,000

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Harland Miller – ACE

ACE

This vibrant etching and woodcut is inspired by the original painting of the same title. The image was first shown at the artist’s solo show at White Cube, London where Miller presented his new series of Letter Paintings.

Thought After Filthy Thought

Harland Miller

Thought After Filthy Thought

  • 2019
  • Etching with relief printing on paper
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 149 x 90 cm
  • Edition of 75

POA | £20,000 – £40,000

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Harland Miller – Thought After Filthy Thought

Thought After Filthy Thought

This etching is from a series of large-scale works produced by the artist in 2017. Drawing on his archive of psychology and social science books, Miller explores the relationship between text, image and the effect that the combination of the two have on the viewer.

'Thought After Filthy Thought' on display at Hang-Up Gallery, London, 2021

'Thought After Filthy Thought' on display at Hang-Up Gallery, London, 2021

Simon Kallas

Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)

Harland Miller

Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)

  • 2017
  • Polymer-gravure with photo-etching and block-printing
  • Edition of 50
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • 120cm x 180cm

POA | £20,000 – £40,000

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Harland Miller – Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)

Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)
Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)
Armageddon: Is It Too Much to Ask? (Large)

Did you know that Harland Miller draws influence from writers Edgar Allan Poe and Ernest Hemingway and the artists Ed Ruscha, Mark Rothko, Anselm Kiefer, and Robert Rauschenberg?

Fuck Art, Let's Dance - HC

Harland Miller

Fuck Art, Let's Dance - HC

  • 2011
  • Screen print on paper
  • Hors de Commerce
  • Signed and dedicated by the artist
  • 54cm x 69cm
  • Sold framed by Darbyshire (63 x 76 cm framed size)

POA | £40,000 - £60,000

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Harland Miller – Fuck Art, Let's Dance - HC

Fuck Art, Let's Dance - HC

The superb 'Fuck Art, Let's Dance' diptych is an all-time favourite. Cheeky, witty and highly amusing; it's the perfect example of a classic Harland Miller.

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