Peter Miller, an American based in Kamakura, Japan, is one of the pioneers of contemporary photogravure etching, a technique originally developed in England and France in the early 19th century. Influenced by the European intaglio tradition and the Japanese Zen aesthetic, his semi-abstract ink-on-paper imagery reflects the unique texture, tonality, and depth of the naturalistic motifs he favors. Since 1991, Peter Miller's photogravures have been exhibited in Tokyo, New York, Washington, London, Cologne, Paris, Rome, Moscow, among many other cities, and are held in the permanent collections of fine arts museums in those cities, as well as in corporate and individual collections.