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Lee Miller Archives,Agencies & Photo Libraries,Muddles Green,UK

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Address: Farley Farm House
Muddles Green
Telephone: +44 (0)1825 872 691

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The Lee Miller Archives is a small privately run archive which is dedicated to conserving, publishing and cataloguing the lifestyle and holding of work by Lee Miller, the photography of her husband Roland Penrose. To promote scholarship and dissemination of Lee Miller & Roland Penrose's work worldwide in a manner commensurate with the artistic and humanitarian principles of the two artists.

The Lee Miller Archives supports itself entirely on the sale of rights, photographs and the opening of her home, Farleys House & Gallery to the public.

The Lee Miller Archives holding includes some 60,000 negatives, mainly black and white, most of her manuscripts, captions, notes, letters and ephemeral material, her cameras, and some of her personal effects such as her US Army uniform. It also holds approximately 3,000 photographs by Roland Penrose and photography by David E. Scherman, Man Ray, Antony Penrose and Andrew Lanyon.

Farleys House & Gallery Ltd are the managing agents for the Lee Miller Archives.

All Lee Miller's work is copyright © Lee Miller Archives, and may not be reproduced in any way, stored in a retrieval system or copied without prior consent.

All Lee Miller photographs shown in Lives of Lee Miller, Lee Miller's War and other books and publiciations about Lee Miller are also available from the archive. Please state the photograph's caption, page number and title of the book, when enquiring.

Fine Archival Prints for collectors printed from the original negative where possible were made in house by Carole Callow, a photographic printer of international repute. A selection of prints may be viewed at our gallery representatives.

The viewing of the material at the Lee Miller Archives in East Sussex, England is limited and strictly by appointment only. Searches are done by the Archives staff, who can also undertake research projects by arrangement.


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