J. Maxwell Miller

J. Maxwell Miller, aka Joseph Maxwell Miller (December 23, 1877 - 1933) was an American sculptor born in Baltimore, Maryland. He studied at the Maryland Institute School of Art and Design and at the Rinehart School of Sculpture with William Rinehart in Baltimore. He also studied with Raoul Verlet at the Julian Academy in Paris.[1]

Miller was a member of the National Sculpture Society and exhibited at their 1923 exhibition where he showed a bas relief portrait of Daniel Coit Gilman and a number of medals.[2]

He became the Director of the Rinehart School of Sculpture in 1923, a position he held for the last decade of his life.[3]

Miller lived most of his life in Baltimore, where he died in 1933.

Miller's pupils included Mary Blackford Fowler.[4]



  1. Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding's Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986 p. 623
  2. National Sculpture Society, Exhibition of American Sculpture Catalogue, 156th Street of Broadway New York, The National Sculpture Society 1923 p.330 & p.360
  3. Kelly, Cindy, Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore: A Historical Guide to Public Art in the Monumental City, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2011 p. 223
  4. Virgil E. McMahan (1995). The Artists of Washington, D.C., 1796–1996. Artists of Washington. ISBN 978-0-9649101-0-2.
  5. https://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/monument/676/

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