Harrison Fisher (1875-1934)
Harrison Fischer received his childhood training from his father, who was a landscape painter, but enrolled at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art when the family moved to San Francisco. He quickly found work at the local newspapers, but it was after he relocated to New York that he became well-known for his drawings of beautiful women. His "Fischer Girl" came to rival the women of fellow illustrators Howard Chandler Christy and Charles Dana Gibson in popularity. This newfound fame earned Fischer commissions for covers, books, postcards, and even candy boxes. Then, in 1913 he signed an exclusive contract with Hearst Publishing to illustrate the covers for Cosmopolitan, a lucrative arrangement that lasted until his death in 1934.


Alert 1915
Watercolor on paper, 29 inches x 21 inches
Cosmopolitan, October 1915, cover.
Caption: He Won't Bite
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