Liz Miller (B.Sc) is a Curator of Prints and the Book, in the Word & Image Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum. She studied Mathematics and History of Art at the University of Warwick and joined the National Art Library at the Museum in 1979 before transferring to the Prints, Drawings and Paintings Collection. She served as Honorary Secretary of the Association of Art Historians from 1990-93 and received scholarships to attend the Attingham Summer School for the Study of Country Houses and Collections in 1993, and Royal Collection Studies in 2002. She is the author of 16th-Century Italian Ornament Prints in the Victoria and Albert Museum (London 1999) and has written on aspects of printmaking from the Renaissance to mid 20th century. Displays which she has organized at the V&A include Prints of the Raphael Cartoons; Work, Rest and Play: Caricatures from the Gibson Bequest; and Sixteenth-Century Italian Ornament Prints: The Lafrery Volume. She contributed to the Tudor and Stuart and Hanoverian portions of the V&A’s British Galleries and is a member of the team working on the forthcoming V&A Medieval and Renaissance Galleries, opening in 2009.

As Associate Director she is contributing to the Core Project book Imagining Interiors: Representations of the Domestic Interior since the Renaissance, to the core project database, and to the focused study The Renaissance at Home: Art and Life in the Italian House 1400-1600.