|"Dejeuner sur l'herbe, 1937," clockwise from top: Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Ady Fidelin, Nusch and Paul Eluard. Image by Lee Miller.|
|Model Lee Miller poses for a fashion spread |
photographed for Vogue Magazine, 1928
by Edward Steichen.
Locale: Manhattan apartment of Conde Nast.
|This photograph was taken of a teenage Lee Miller by her father Theodor Miller.|
|Lee Miller photographed herself in 1945 in the bathtub of Hitler’s |
apartment in Munich. She was an acclaimed
war correspondent during WWII attached to the U.S. Army.
|Lee Miller's father visited her and her art college roommate Tanja Ramm in 1930. He convinced the roommates to pose for him.|
|The Harem: Tanja Ramm, Man Ray and Lee Miller, 1930|
|Lee Miller photo by David Scherman|
|French poet, filmmaker Jean Cocteau outside his apartment in |
the Palais Royale, Paris, 1944.
Photo by Lee Miller.
|Speaking of Jean Cocteau, the artist’s tapestry appears behind the bed occupied by Lee Miller, left, sharing the International Herald Tribune with popular Parisian model Tanja Ramm, in Lee’s photo studio, Paris, 1931.|
|Ady Fidelin, Lee Miller, Pablo Picasso, Nusch Eluard. Photo by Roland Penrose, Hotel Vaste Horizon, Mougins, France, 1937.|