Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery
Harrison Fisher, ‘Thoughts of Pascal’, 1907, Grapefruit Moon Gallery

A macabre and dark highly inventive large format gouache illustration painting by Harrison Fisher used as a full color book plate in the 1907 edition of "A Dream of Fair Women" by Lord Alfred Tennyson. In this scene our maiden fair has just completed lent and prepares to give the devil his due and go out ballroom dancing in revealing for the day, corseted attire. This is a classic Harrison Fisher painting and a wonderful and historically impactful example of late Victorian period imagery where traditional customs are seen colliding with a less restrained, more promiscuous Edwardian vision of femininity.

Sight Size 22" x 30" Framed 33" x 41 1/2"

Signature: Signed lower left

Bookplate for Tennyson's A Dream of Fair Women

About Harrison Fisher