'Looking at these photographs together, one is clear that not many artists of her generation saw with more piercing or perceptive eyes than Lee Miller … one of the most remarkable artists of the 20th century … this book, in the flick of a hundred pages, conveys the breadth, quality and consistent complexity of this extraordinary woman behind the Rolleiflex lens'
World of Interiors
'Handsome ... collects more than 100 photographs from each phase of Miller's storied career, imagery that affirms the complete ease and mastery of each genre she explored ... She had a knack for transforming prosaic objects and moments into startingly surreal visual statements ... [A] must-have book'
Black & White
'Antony Penrose's magnificent retrospective of Miller's career delivers a comprehensive and intimate portrayal of her remarkable oeuvre to the world'
'Gathers some of the most stunning images made by the photographer during her years covering both war and fashion — as well as pictures taken of her by members of the avant-garde art world she inhabited'
'Brings together over 120 works that explore the photographer’s groundbreaking contributions to the medium'
'An impressive collection of more than 100 Miller pictures that Antony Penrose, Lee and Roland [Penrose]'s son, culled from the fashion photography, advertising campaigns, portraiture, and photojournalism with which Miller made her name'
'Excellent... Miller’s images call attention to the impact of war on women and children, be they starving infants in a hospital ward, or suspected collaborators with the enemy hanging their heads in shame, and her compassion as well as artistry are why these photographs remain to this day especially moving... That we are able to know the legacy of Lee Miller and experience her masterful work is in large part thanks to her son Antony Penrose, whose informative and touching introduction provides the context for this superb overview of Miller’s life and photography... This hard-bound gorgeously printed monograph is yet another superbly-edited must-have publication from Thames and Hudson'