Biography

Birth date: 1959
Birth place: Australia: Victoria, Melbourne
Conflict: Iraq, 2003-2013

Best known as a portrait and figurative painter, Lewis Miller studied at the Victorian College of the Arts from 1977-9, completing his post graduate studies in 1982. In 1984 he travelled to London, Europe and Malaysia, and undertook a number of artist s residences. His first solo exhibition was held in 1986 at 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne and he has continued to exhibit regularly. Miller has won numerous awards, including the Archibald Prize in 1998 for his portrait of fellow artist Allan Mitelman.

In April 2003 Miller was appointed as an official war artist to document the actions and experiences of all three branches of the Australian Defence Force during the Second Gulf War. With the Royal Australian Navy, Miller spent time on HMAS Kanimbla and HMAS Anzac in the Persian Gulf. He was present when the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) FA18s returned to base after their last operations in Baghdad, and visited the RAAF repair base in Dubai. His images of the Army capture the daily life in the main base, Camp Doha in Qatar, the paraphernalia and transport of conflict; tanks and artillery, fuselages and engines. He made portraits of individual men and women, often during more personal moments as they ate, slept and rested. Miller also participated in the Anzac Day Dawn Service which was attended by the Chief of the Army, Major General Cosgrove and Defence Minister Robert Hill.

Adapting to the climate and plein air painting was one of the fascinating and challenging aspects of war art for Miller. As temperatures often exceeded 40 degrees, Miller was unable to use his preferred medium, gouache, as it would dry on the palette before it could be used. Switching to watercolour also proved problematic as the blocks melted in the heat and because of this, most of his watercolours were made during the relative cool of the night, back at the team s base. Miller used minimal brushstrokes in his watercolours but is still able to give a sense of the weight and power of the machinery he depicts.

Travelling with mobile units, he was given unprecedented access to the activities of the Special Air Service (SAS), sometimes with only minutes to capture the people and scenes. It was while travelling with the SAS that Miller witnessed the discovery of hidden Iraqi air force jet fighters at Al Asad. His portraits of the SAS troops are faceless; a reminder of the need to disguise the identities of these men for security reasons. Miller instead concentrated on other physical characteristics such as posture to give them individuality. He also accompanied the SAS on mine clearing patrols in southern Iraq at Al Qusayr and the Al Ifziiyah Penisula. Miller enjoyed working with the troops and found the work rewarding.

The works Miller produced as an official war artist were included in the exhibition Australians in Iraq 2003 alongside the works of Australian photojournalist and official war photographer, David Dare Parker, who travelled to Iraq with Miller.

Rolls and Awards

Collection Items

Art

Christmas dinner, HMAS "Cairns"

Depicts an unidentified cook preparing Christmas dinner of roast pork and apple sauce, potatoes and cabbage, and plum pudding in the galley of the HMAS "Cairns".

ART21798

Barrie Yesberg, ship's chaplain, HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf

Portrait of Barrie Yesberg, ship's chaplain, seated at a table having a drink on board HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with...

ART91996

Gordon 'Ruts' Rutherford, 5 Inch Gunner, HMAS ANZAC

Standing portrait of Gordon 'Ruts' Rutherford, seen in right profile. Rutherford was the 5 inch gunner on board HMAS Anzac in the Persian Gulf.

ART91997

Captain Peter Lockwood, HMAS Anzac

Seated portrait of Captain Peter Lockwood, left leg over right knee, on board HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the...

ART91998

Able Seaman Cameron Waugh on the bridge, HMAS Anzac

Seaman Cameron Waugh operating the steering on the bridge on board HMAS Anzac in the Persian Gulf. Lewis was fascinated with the activities of the men on board the ships.

ART91999

HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf, Iraq

Depicts the warship HMAS Anzac in the Persian Gulf, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the...

ART92000

Captain David McCourt, HMAS Kanimbla, Persian Gulf, Iraq

A standing portrait of Captain David McCourt, seen in left profile wearing cap, on board HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar...

ART92001

Chopper maintenance, HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf

Depicts two crew members working on a helicopter on board HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence...

ART92002

Gunner Kurt Jay ('Shorty') Schueler, HMAS Kanimbla, Persian Gulf

Gunner Kurt Jay 'Shorty' Schueler operating the gun on HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf.

ART92003

Lieutenant David Reay

Portrait of Lieutenant David Reay on board HMAS Anzac, Persian Gulf, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also...

ART92004

Mine clearing: 'the divers'

Depicts an Australian soldier , Brian, standing next to a vehicle, ready to clear mines. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence...

ART92005

A mine? 'The divers'

An Australian soldier looking at what could be a mine lying on the ground.

ART92006

Mine clearing: 'the divers'

Depicts an Australian soldier dressed ready to go diving for mines. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also...

ART92007

Jock Campbell in right profile

Portrait of Jock Campbell seen in right profile. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the activities...

ART92008

Jock Campbell: clearing a way to the mortar round

Jock Campbell clearing a way to the mortar round at Al Faw. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the...

ART92009

Mine clearing at Al Faw, Iraq

Depicts an Australian soldier in camouflage uniform, seen from behind, waiting to clear mines at Al Faw, Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of...

ART92010

Kenneth William Walker, SMN CD

A seated portrait of Kenneth William Walker, SMN CD, right profile, wearing a t-shirt, holding what appears to be a Colt M4 rifle. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in...

ART92011

The SAS

Depicts a group of Australian SAS soldiers sitting around talking. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded...

ART92012

Kicking back with the SAS

Depicts Australian SAS soldiers relaxing in Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the activities...

ART92013

Relaxing before General Cosgrove arrives

Depicts a member of the Australian SAS relaxing before the arrival of General Cosgrove in Al Asad. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian...

ART92014

Long range patrol vehicle (LRPV), Al Asad Airfield W1Z; verso: Two soldiers standing next to armoured vehicle, Al Asad airfield, Iraq

An Australian soldier driving an armoured vehicle at Al Asad airfield, W1Z. verso: Two Australian soldiers standing next to an armoured vehicle. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the...

ART92015

Peter Cosgrove addressing the SAS, Iraq

Major General Peter Cosgrove addressing a group of Australian SAS soldiers in Iraq. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force...

ART92016

Peter Cosgrove addressing the SAS

Major General Peter Cosgrove addressing a group of Australian SAS soldiers. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also...

ART92017

Female GI: Camp As Sayliyah Qatar

Seated female American soldier wearing her new uniform and cap (GI), seen from behind, As Sayliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the...

ART92018

Soldiers watching NBC at Snoopy

A group of soldiers watching NBC television at the base , colloquially known as 'Snoopy'. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence...

ART92019

Sergeant Andrew Saunders at As Sayliyah Qatar

Depicts a portrait of Sergeant Andrew Saunders of the 101st Chemical Company XVIII ABN Corps at As Sayilyah Qatar, Iraq. Saunders is depicted seated in a chair facing the viewer. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war....

ART92020

At Snoopy

An American soldier seated in a chair at base, known colloquially as 'Snoopy'. He is shown with this back to the viewer. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with...

ART92021

Meal time in Qatar As Sayliyah

Studies of American soldiers at meal time in As Sayliyah, Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded...

ART92022

Two US soldiers watching TV in the chow hall, Mayi, As Sayliya, Qatar

Two American soldiers watching television in the mess hall, both with their backs to the viewer. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian...

ART92023

Big man eating lunch, As Sayliyah Qatar

Depicts two groups of American soldiers eating lunch at As Sayliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also...

ART92024

English and Australians watching open air movie, As Sayliyah Qatar

Depicts English and Australian soldiers watching an open air movie, As Sayliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence...

ART92025

Drawing in the dark, Anzac Day service, As Sayliyah

Depicts soldiers at an Anzac Day service in Al Sayliyah, Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded...

ART92026

Sergeant Shaen Foale

Sergeant Shaen Foale seated at a table eating, seen from the right side, As Sayliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian...

ART92027

Brigadier Maurie McNarn

Seated figure of Brigadier Maurie McNarn, full frontal view, holding rifle, As Sayliyah Qatar, Iraq.

ART92028

Two up on Anzac Day, As Aliyah Qatar

Depicts two Australian soldiers playing two up on Anzac Day, As Aliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and...

ART92029

Lieutenant Colonel Russ Parkin

Lieutenant Colonel Russ Parkin of the Royal Australian Electrical Mechanical Engineers seated in a chair, writing in his notebook. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in...

ART92030

David Dare Parker at As Saliyah Qatar

Depicts David Dare Parker, Australia's official war photographer, right profile, asleep in a director's chair, As Saliyah Qatar, Iraq.

ART92031

In the short order queue, As Saliyah Qatar

Depicts an Australian soldier, seen from behind, standing in the' short order queue', As Saliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the...

ART92032

Sleeping on the C130

Depicts sleeping soldier in camouflage on a Hercules C130, another head at top right. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence...

ART92033

'Chilling out'

An Australian soldier relaxing on the HMAS Anzac. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the activities...

ART92034

Sleeping on the Hercules

An Australian soldier sleeping on the Hercules, boots toward viewer. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also...

ART92035

David Dare Parker

Full length portrait of David Dare Parker, Australian official war photographer, holding two cameras, As Sayliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with...

ART92036

Soldier talking on the telephone

Depicts an Australian soldier seen from behind, seated on a chair, talking on the telephone, As Saliyah Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of...

ART92037

Inside of aircraft

The inside of an aircraft, an Australian flag hanging at left. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the...

ART92038

Doug, Randwick Barracks

Portrait of 'Doug' at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92040

Portrait of SAS soldier

Standing portrait of unidentified SAS soldier at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92041

Reclining Australian soldier, Randwick Barracks, Sydney

Portrait ofidentified reclining Australian soldier, Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92042

Soldier at the Randwick Barracks

Back view of unidentified Australian soldier at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92043

Leo, Randwick Barracks, Sydney

Portrait of Australian soldier 'Leo' at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92044

Bennett, at OR's Mess, Randwick Barracks, Sydney

Portrait of 'Bennett' in right profile at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92045

First aid dummy

First aid dummy used for teaching at Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92046

Portraits of two soldiers: one 'Bennett', the other unidentified

Portraits of two Australian soldiers at Randwick Barracks, Sydney. One of them is 'Bennett', the other unidentified.

ART92047

Soldier wearing spectacles, Randwick Barracks, Sydney

Portrait of soldier wearing spectacles, seen in left profile, Randwick Barracks, Sydney.

ART92048

Landmine

A landmine. Miller drew this in the Art Section of the AWM on a sheet of used paper with website information on the verso.

ART92049

Launching a sea boat, HMAS Kanimbla

Four crew members launching a sea boat off the HMAS Kanimbla, Persian Gulf, Iraq.

ART92050

Leading Seaman Powles

Portrait of Leading Seaman Powles, seen from left side, wearing overalls on board the HMAS Kanimbla, Persian Gulf, Iraq.

ART92051

Glenn Nobby Clark, Seaman AB gunner, HMAS Kanimbla

Depicts the standing figure of Seaman AB gunner Glenn Nobby Clark on board HMAS Kanimbla. Clark is seen in left profile holding an M2.50 calibre machine gun on a pintle mount. Lewis Miller was appointed an official war artist in April 2003 to document the activities undertaken by the RAN ,...

ART92052

Chris Coustley, Able Seaman, HMAS Anzac

Depicts a portrait of Able Seaman Chris Coustley, seen in right profile, on board HMAS Anzac. Coustley is seated at left; another seaman is seated at right. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks...

ART92053

Able Seaman Jason Dolan, HMAS Kanimbla boarding team

Portrait of Able Seaman Jason Dolan, part of the boarding team on HMAS Kanimbla. Dolan is seated, facing the viewer holding his rifle, Persian Gulf.

ART92054

On watch: Able Seaman Leigh Wetton, HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf

Able Seaman Leigh Wetton on watch, HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf.

ART92055

Able Seaman Fraser

Portrait of Able Seaman Fraser, seen in right profile, on board HMAS Kanimbla. Fraser is seated, looking away from the viewer, Persian Gulf, Iraq.

ART92056

Seaman James Dufficy: on watch, mine lookout, HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf

Seaman James Dufficy, seen from behind, on watch for mines on the HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf, Iraq.

ART92057

Looking out: Able Seaman Sandra Hill

Able Seaman Sandra Hill looking out to sea through binoculars, on board HMAS Kanimbla in the Persian Gulf, Iraq.

ART92058

Working on the engine

A crew member, standing on scaffolding, working on an aircraft engine.

ART92060

Working on the fuselage

Crew members working on the fuselage of an aircraft at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and...

ART92061

Return of the last FA/18

The last FA/18 aircraft landing on the airstrip, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.

ART92062

Working on the Orions at Al Minhad, Qatar

Crew members working on the Orions at Al Minhad, Qatar.

ART92063

F/16, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar

An F16 on the airstrip at the Al UdeidA ir Base, Qatar.

ART92064

FA/18 aircraft, Middle East

An FA/18 aircraft taking off from a Middle East flight line. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and also recorded the...

ART92065

Hercules C130

A camouflaged Hercules C130 on an airstrip in Qatar.

ART92066

Hercules C130 under repair at Snoopy

A Hercules C130 under repair at 'Snoopy' air base, Qatar.

ART92067

Two jets taking off from Al Minhad airbase with toilet block and dorms

Two jets taking off from Al Minhad airbase at upper left; toilet blocks and dormitories in Dubai with Australian flag and flagpole at right.

ART92068

DOHA

A tower and buildings, Qatar.

ART92069

Anzac Day, As Sayliyah Qatar

Anzac Day at As Sayliyah Qatar. A satellite dish at the army compound, with tower in the background. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the...

ART92070

Operations centre

The operations centre at Al Sayliyah Qatar; Australian soldiers seated at desks working on computers. Four time zones displayed on the wall above: Tampa, Zulu, Iraq, Sydney/Camberra.

ART92071

Al Udeid Airbase, Qatar

Buildings and airforce camp at Al U Deid Qatar airbase, Al Udeid Airbase, Qatar. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and...

ART92072

HUM V at Al Udeid Qatar

Depicts a detailed drawing of a HUM V vehicle at the Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.

ART92073

Tent in 408, As Saliyah Qatar

The inside of a tent at As Sayliyah Qatar. Uniforms, packs and boxes are inside with Australian flags hanging on cubicle walls.

ART92074

The worlds most boring place, Al Udeid Qatar

Landscape with buildings at Al Udeid Qatar, Iraq.

ART92075

Soldier in landscape, Al Faw

Depicts a soldier in camouflage uniform standing in a desolate Iraqi landscape. Lewis Miller was appointed official war artist in April 2003 to document Australia's involvement in the Second Gulf war. He spent three weeks in the Middle East in Qatar with members of the Australian Defence Force and...

ART92242

Clearing ordnance at Al Faw

An ordnance clearance diver in Al Faw, Iraq. Royal Australian Navy clearance divers played a crucial role cleaning up potentially deadly ordnance. Miller has rendered this image of a diver with a sense of immediacy using richly textured paint application and fluid lines.

ART92243

Blackhawk taking off (Qatar-as Sayliyah)

A Blackhawk helicopter taking off from the airbase at Qatar-as Sayliyah.

ART92245

Heraldry

Identity Pass : Official War Artist L Miller

Plastic photographic identity pass with attached nylon cord. The pass is housed in a black plastic frame and the cord is attached to the frame with a metal clip. 'DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE' is printed on the front of the pass above the photograph and beneath this is the name, 'LEWIS WILLIAM MILLER',...

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Woven cloth patch : Official War Artist L Miller

Rectangular woven cloth patch showing an Australian flag . The word 'AUSTRALIA' is woven in blue beneath the flag.

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Tube of vegemite : Official War Artist L Miller

Olive green painted 15 gram tube of vegemite with a black screw lid. The tube has been opened and some of the contents used. One side of the tube is printed in black 'UNEX INTERNATIONAL (AUSTRALIA)'. The other side reads 'VEGEMITE UNDER LIC. KRAFT FOODS LTD.'

REL31463

Bush hat : Official War Artist L Miller

Khaki canvas bush hat with an adjustable cotton chin strap and toggle. The hat has a wide circular brim which is top stitched for extra reinforcement, and an oval shaped crown. Arabic characters are woven in brown on the front of the hat and translate to read 'LEWIS MILLER ARTIST AUSTRALIA'....

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Shirt : Official War Artist L Miller

Khaki drill cotton shirt with a pair of patch breast pockets. Arabic text is woven on cotton tape above the left breast pocket and translates as 'LEWIS MILLER ARTIST AUSTRALIA'. A rectangular woven patch with the words 'AUSTRALIAN OFFICIAL ARTIST' in yellow on a green ground is sewn to each upper...

REL31465

Khaki trousers : Official War Artist L Miller

Pair of khaki cotton drill trousers with front pleats and slash pockets on each hip. There is a single patch pocket on the right buttock with a navy and blue woven 'HARD YAKKA' tag sewn to the open length of the pocket. There are seven belt loops around the waistband and the waist is closed by a...

REL31466

Sound

Lewis Miller as official war artist, Iraq April-May 2003, interviewed by Simon Forrester

Lewis Miller as official war artist, Iraq April-May 2003, interviewed by Simon Forrester A transcript of this recording may be available. For further information please contact the Sound section.

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Timeline

Date of birth 1959