(1875 - 1934)
Harrison Fisher was active/lived in New York, California. Harrison Fisher is known for illustration-female figure, etching.
Harrison Fisher became nationally known for his illustrations of beautiful women, known as the Harrison Fisher Girls. His illustrations appeared frequently in "Saturday Evening Post", "Scribner's", "Life", and "Cosmopolitan".
He was born in Brooklyn, New York, a third generation artist in a family that included his grandfather, Felix Xiver Fisher and his father, Hugo Antoine Fisher. His grandparents emigrated from Austria, an area that is now in Czechoslovakia, with the family name of Fischer. For unknown reasons, the spelling later changed to Fisher after immigration.
The immigrants lived in New York City, and Harrison was born in 1875. When he was nine years old, he moved ... Displaying 750 of 11821 characters.