Peter Milton is one of the foremost printmakers working in the United States today. Since the 1960s, his artistic output has increased and evolved, as has the phenomenal imagery and complex techniques he employs.
Much of Milton’s work is inspired by the writings of Henry James. Indeed, in this case, The Jolly Corner borrows its title from the title of the 1908 short story by Henry James.
A haunting and melancholic picture of Henry in a garden. This print was specially made by Milton to accompany the Deluxe edition of the portfolio of drawings that Milton made to illustrate Henry James’ The Aspern Papers.