Landscape Paintings of Hilton Miller

Aidan Dunne writes about the landscape paintings of Hilton Miller. Dunne notes that Miller, "a professional mathemetician... very quickly... came to look on [painting] as a distinct language in itself, a language that is coherent, self-consistent, formally rich and infinitely flexible, and he applied his mind to its problems... As with Corot, he looks not to classical narratives but to the immediate fact of the landscape. Its sheer, profligate density, however, is dealt with in a highly structured way."