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Miss Amy Scott
© the artist's estate / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Royal Pavilion & Museums Trust, Brighton & Hove

Miss Amy Scott 1945

Harry Robert Mileham (1873–1957)

Royal Pavilion & Museums Trust, Brighton & Hove
Painter, born in London, who attended Dulwich College, Lambeth Art School and Royal Academy Schools, where he won a Gold Medal and travelling studentship. Mileham’s decorative work is found in a number of churches, such as Foleshill Church, Coventry; St Thomas’, Hove; Chapel Royal, Brighton; and Wakefield Cathedral. He was a keen organiser of pageants, reflected in a body of historical paintings. Settled in Hove, Sussex, and was a leading member of Brighton Art Club as well as a long-standing member of the Art Workers’ Guild. Showed at RA, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, RCamA and elsewhere. There was a retrospective at Leighton House in 1995. Hove Museum & Art Gallery holds Mileham’s work, that of a natural and belated Victorian.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)


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