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Lee Miller photograph of Jean Cocteau in the Palais Royal Arcades, 1944

Photograph of Virginia Woolf and T. S. Eliot taken by Lady Ottoline Morrell at her home, Garsington

Retrato fotográfico de T. S. Eliot y Virginia Woolf

Eliot and Virginia Woolf in June as photographed by Lady Ottoline Morrell. (National Portrait Gallery) thebloomsburygroup “ T. Eliot and Virginia Woolf in June.

A Fiend Inside: Lee Miller - Faded + Blurred

Irmgard Seefried, Vienna Opera House, by Lee Miller (Credit: Lee Miller Archives)

Google+ In 1937 France, Women were topless and men wore shirts.   Nusch Éluard, Paul Éluard, Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Ady Fidelin, Île Sainte-Marguerite, France, 1937, by Lee Miller

Picnic: Nusch & Paul Eluard, Roland Penrose, Man Ray & Ady Fidelin, Cannes, 1937 by Lee Miller

LES MAMELLES DE TIRESIAS: EILEEN AGAR (1899-1991)

"I've enjoyed life, and it shows through" Mougins, 1937 Eileen Forrester Agar (December 1899 – November was a British painter and photographer associated with the Surrealist movement.

After the war, Miller Lee shot 'In Sicily' for British Vogue, playing up the touristy, foreign-vacation angle. Taormina station, 1949.

After the war, Miller Lee shot 'In Sicily' for British Vogue, playing up the touristy, foreign-vacation angle.

blueblackdream: Lee Miller, Paris 1944

blueblackdream: Lee Miller, Paris 1944 (ZsaZsa Bellagio Tumblr)

Valentine Penrose and Antony Penrose, Farley Farm, 1939 -by Lee Miller  … A special thought for billyjane [+]…  from : Patricia Allmer (ed.), “Angels of Anarchy - Women Artists and Surrealism” (Prestel, 2009)

Valentine Penrose and Antony Penrose, Farley Farm, 1949 -by Lee Miller … A special thought for billyjane [+]… from : Patricia Allmer (ed.), “Angels of Anarchy - Women Artists and Surrealism” (Prestel,

Vogue covergirl, fashion photographer and war reporter: Extraordinary life of Lee Miller and how these never before seen pictures reveal full range of her work - Lee and her aunt Kate in New York, 1932

Vogue covergirl, fashion photographer and war reporter: Extraordinary life of Lee Miller and how these never before seen pictures reveal full range of her work

Vogue covergirl, fashion photographer and war reporter: Extraordinary life of Lee Miller and how these never before seen pictures reveal full range of her work - Lee and her aunt Kate in New York, 1932

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Model in a double-breasted tapered coat by Digby Morton, photo by Lee Miller for the Picture Post, "London Says Dress To Suit Yourself", 1950

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