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Winter Art Show

July 2024
1min read

Bargain Hunters is the work of Kenneth Hayes Miller, an artist born in the Utopian Oneida Community in 1876 who moved to New York City at the turn of the century. Once there, he was stunned at the crowds—he liked to spend time at the Hudson Ferry Terminal marveling at the numbers of commuters pouring in from New Jersey. Miller kept a studio on busy Fourteenth Street, and women shoppers on the street and in department stores were a favorite subject.

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