The Centennial Collection of limited edition prints is an estate-authorized posthumous publishing project representing the last prints to be published bearing the original signature of Henry Miller. The prints represent the best paintings Henry Miller created over six decades. In 1978 Miller was 88 and his health was failing and but he continued to paint watercolors daily. Inspired by the success of his prints that were published in Japan in 1975, Miller began this publishing project that was not completed until after his death in 1980.
In 1990, Gary Koeppel of Coast Galleries and Publishing, who was Henry Miller's art dealer for the last ten years of his life, collaborated with Miller's son to revive the print project. By 1995 the Centennial Collection, which consists of twenty-five of Miller's best paintings, were reproduced in small collector's editions of only 200 prints each.
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