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Miller Barn, 1939

This painting is of the Miller's barn (See Brookhaven/South Haven Historic Site Br30C). It is dated 1939. The damage to the barn may have been caused by the hurricane of Sept 21, 1938, George Miller was still active in farming until he died in 1948. Painting by Raymond Perry seem to be relatively rare. This is the only known painting of a Brookhaven Hamlet subject.

Raymond Perry had a country home a short distance from the Miller Farm.

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Owner/SourcePrivate collection.
Date1939
File nameMillerBarnByRaymondPerry2.jpg
File Size785.75k
ID685
Dimensions877 x 707
City%G
2#025Br30C Miller-Allardt house
CaptionThis interesting painting of the Miller's barn is by Raymond Perry. It is dated 1939. The damage to the barn may have been caused by the hurricane of Sept 21, 1938, George Miller was still active in farming until he died in 1948. Raymond Perry was a well know illustrator and art editor, whose country cottage (Historic Site ID Br05B) was a short distance from the Miller Farm. He did several pen and ink drawings of local scenes, including the original Brookhaven Free Library (Historic Site ID Br27) and the old wooden Smith Point Bridge. Paintings by him are relatively rare. This is the only known painting of a Brookhaven scene.
Linked toRaymond K. Perry, ^

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