Defining Beauty: Harrison Fisher (1877-1934)

by Matthew Innis |

A countless procession of models has posed for (Harrison Fisher). In almost every instance, when he has suggested a certain pose to one of his models, she will say: “Oh, no! Don’t draw that side. This side is much better.” Much self-examination has taught her at what angle she looks her very prettiest. The reason…

Access to the full article is limited to Annual Subscriber (Full Access) members.
To continue reading this article, and to gain access to hundreds more with similar content, please subscribe to Underpaintings Magazine. Rates are now only $24.00 a year.
To keep updated on new articles as they are added, please subscribe to the Underpaintings mailing list.

If you are just logged in, but still see this message try to refresh the page.

Log InRegister

Comments are closed for this post

Recent Articles

In the MEAMtime . . .

by Matthew Innis |

On Technique: Maxfield Parrish

by Matthew Innis |

Master Advice with Michael John Angel: 3-Tone Beginnings

by Matthew Innis |

New Shows Added to “What’s on View”

by Matthew Innis |