Harrison Fisher For Sale
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This is likely the only real drawing made by Harrison Fisher himself, to surface since his death 115 years ago.
It is documented that Mr. Fisher requested all his works be burned upon his passing.
The only art that has surfaced of his, previously, has been:
1) Signatures with his initials 2) low quality, low detail-low quality art 3) no written date 4) no written title 5) or a mixture of the like, all of which coupled with the fact all his works were burned suggests that 90% of the works on the market are fake and reproduced.
Think about it, why would 100's of Harrison Fisher artworks' come to surface if it was all burned after he died.
Now think about this and use you mind and your eyes and do your own research:
This artwork I have for sale has:1) A complete written signature 2) written title 3) written date4) The highest quality pencil art that has ever surfaced of Harrison Fishers 5) Harrison Fishers most noted and famous original art. 6) extremely highly detailed (use the mouse to hover for best zoom in) 7) aged and preserved authentically
This level of quality and pencil detail is so high that it can't be faked. The complete signature, date, and title can't be faked. The age of the paper can't be faked. That and I hired a specialist who confirmed this is a real Harrison Fisher Drawing and is highly valuable.
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Harrison Fishers lastrequestbefore his death was to have all of his works burned after he died.
There is likely little to no real art work that has surfaced in the last 115 years that was made by Harrison fishers hands,except for this particular work of art.
According to a Specialist for authenticity I hired, there is only one other artwork that has ever surfaced from this book that is for sale, and its stated to be an original illustration drawing from the same publication.
That drawing named "The Storyteller":
1) mainly made of charcoal2) little to no artwork detail3) the entire image had "moderate yellowing"4) there was no complete signature (only initials)5) no written date on the artwork6) no title on the artwork
That image is selling for $5,500.
My drawing on the other hand has:
1) complete hand written pencil signature,2) hand written date3) hand written title4) no yellowing on the image (only slight yellowing on the edges perimeter of the paper as it is 115 years old and kept in pristine condition)5) is an extremely detailed pencil drawing which is very beautiful6) The only one of its kind to ever be sold.7) Noted as Fishers best works8) Among Fishers most famous works9) Original10) The quality of this art is so advanced, highly detailed, and complete, that there is no question as to its authenticity (I have also had a specialist/expert evaluate the drawing and it is confirmed as authentic Harrison Fisher drawing)11) likely one of the only real drawings in 115 years to have surfaced of the very famous Harrison FisherThis is the only for sure original authentic drawing to have ever had surfaced in 115 years from Fishers most noted works and it is the most beautiful and highly detailed artwork that has ever surfaced of Harrison Fishers finest and most noted works.
DESCRIPTIONHarrison Fisher [American 1875-1934] Signed, dated, and titled.Complete full written signature, written date, written title on the art, and close up photos of the artwork itself.
This artwork came from a disbound and damaged 1906 edition of The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. as show here: The fact that there are lithographs of this particular drawing provided as well further confirms this drawing was used in Mr. Fishers official works and thus adding great value to this drawing.
1906 edition of The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Of particular note in this Bobbs-Merrill Company publication are the celebrated illustrations by Harrison Fisher, one of the most accomplished artists of his time. The illustrations from this book are widely regarded as among Fisher's finest work, in part because of his great success in portraying the dignity and beauty of his Native American subjects and their natural world. According to the book's table of illustrations, this striking full page image is titled "All the Women Came to Hear Him ." Harrison Fisher's distinctive signature and the date "1906" are clearly visible in the image.
Harrison and buy it now and in 20 years it will likely be worth a million.
Buy it now before I change my mind and decide to keep it as an investment myself.