Architectural Glass Edgar Miller—Stained Glass in Chicago’s Old Town

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Text and Photography by Larry Zgoda


Edgar Miller was in all likelihood the most distinguished and diversified of the artists who lived and worked in a community of artists in Chicago, Illinois, known as the Old Town Artists’ Colony. His diversity is evidenced in the wide variety of media in which he worked, including printmaking, murals, woodcarving, batik, and stained glass.


This article was originally published on page 46 of the July/August 2012 issue of Glass Art.


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