Irmgard Seefried, Opera singer, singing an aria from 'Madame Butterfly', Vienna Opera House, 1945.
After the war, Miller continued to work for Vogue for two years photographing fashion and celebrities. According to the magazine, though, she suffered badly from clinical depression, later known as PTSD, and alcoholism after the war.
Miller's son, Anthony Penrose, actually grew up with no knowledge of his mother's career as a photographer and war correspondent. His wife Suzanna discovered around 60,000 of his mother's prints, negatives and articles in the attic of the family's home in East Sussex, England in 1972.
Since the discovery, Penrose has promoted his mother's photography through exhibitions and archived much of her work online.