Lee Miller And Man Ray

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Lee Miller and Man Ray two Surrealist artists: first lovers, and later, friends. Elizabeth Lee Miller was an actress, a model, and a war correspondent, who had an intoxicating effect on her lovers. One of those lovers was the avant-garde American artist Man Ray. His love for her nearly drove him to madness — and also inspired some of his most well-known work.

Miller was Ray's muse, but she became an accomplished photographer in her own right. Now, their work is displayed together for the first time at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., in an exhibit called Man Ray/Lee Miller, Partners in Surrealism.


Miller and Ray in London, 1975

Portrait of Lee Miller 1930 by Man Ray

Solarized photo by Man Ray 1930

Self-portrait 1929

Lee Miller's eye by Man Ray

Lee Miller by Man Ray

Miller's neck by Man Ray

Space by Lee Miller

Glass Tears by Man Ray

Observatory Time - The Lovers (The Lips) by Man Ray
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