Harrison Fisher. A man from a time when the photo had not yet replaced the pencil. And who introduced the fashion of his time, drawing American women and their toilets.
It is the artist of many covers of “Cosmopolitan” and “Saturday Evening Post” at the beginning of the century. And many other fashion magazine of the time.
From New York to San Francisco, Harrison Fisher drew all his life. Mainly women. He who never married …
Fisher is also a founder of the Motion Picture Magazine, published from 1911 to 1977. It Was the first fan magazine
Thank you tMr Fisher for having so well reflect a time when the fine hats, beautiful dresses, petticoats, corsets, umbrella, made the slow emancipation of women.
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