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…

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