Born in Glasgow in 1887, the artist studied at the Glasgow School of Art (1906-9), and also travelled to study in Paris, Vienna, Munich (1909-10) and Berlin.
In the Summer Show of 1921, he exhibited at NAG, signing-in as Haswell-Miller. He was assistant Professor at the Glasgow School of Art between 1910 and 1930, with a gap during the First World War. Subsequently, he was Keeper and then Deputy Director of the National Galleries of Scotland between 1930 and 1952.
Haswell Miller specialised in the painting of portraits, especially the military portraits for which he is known today, landscapes and architectural subjects. He was also a noted illustrator of books.
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Works include: Port Dundas, Glasgow
NAG Summer Show 1921 (signed as Haswell-Miller); St Ives September 1919; Arlington Gallery; GI (18); L (6); RA (5); RSA (23); RSW (26)
Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water Colours 1924
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