World War II Art of Private Charles J. Miller
The National Museum of the Pacific War presents an exhibition of the nearly-forgotten paintings of World War II soldier and artist, Charles J. Miller, August 23, 2019 through June 2, 2020. The exhibit features 100 paintings and drawings produced by Miller during his deployment in the Pacific Theater of WWII. “World War II Art of Private Charles J. Miller” provides a first-person perspective and emotional account of one man’s experience of the war, more personal and direct than much of the photo journalism from the era. The exhibit was first curated and displayed by the Wright Museum of WWII in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.