Peter Milton’s prints play and tug at your imagination, drawing you into the details of the miniature worlds he creates within each of his works.
Milton is a world-renowned printmaker whose etchings and engravings have been exhibited in most major museums in the U.S. and Europe. He invented his own technique, combining lift-ground etching with engraving, which allowed him to create pieces with a subtlety and near-photorealism scarcely seen among his contemporaries.
The content of his work commonly adheres to themes, including architecture, history, memory and myth, all of which can be found in the above work, American Interior I, Family Reunion.
International Arts and Artists has two of Milton’s prints in our collection, both of which are currently for sale:
A Blue Sky Life, Peter Milton, 1976, 26” X 33” print on paper 142/160, $4,000.00. This piece is currently on display in the Hillyer Art Space.
and
American Interior I, Family Reunion, 1984, 35” X 20” print on paper 82/175 (pictured above).
The sale of these works will benefit future exhibitions in the Hillyer Art Space.
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Peter Milton’s prints play and tug at your imagination, drawing you into the details of the miniature worlds he creates within each of his works.

Milton is a world-renowned printmaker whose etchings and engravings have been exhibited in most major museums in the U.S. and Europe. He invented his own technique, combining lift-ground etching with engraving, which allowed him to create pieces with a subtlety and near-photorealism scarcely seen among his contemporaries.

The content of his work commonly adheres to themes, including architecture, history, memory and myth, all of which can be found in the above work, American Interior I, Family Reunion.

International Arts and Artists has two of Milton’s prints in our collection, both of which are currently for sale:

A Blue Sky Life, Peter Milton, 1976, 26” X 33” print on paper 142/160, $4,000.00. This piece is currently on display in the Hillyer Art Space.

and

American Interior I, Family Reunion, 1984, 35” X 20” print on paper 82/175 (pictured above).

The sale of these works will benefit future exhibitions in the Hillyer Art Space.

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