Harrison Fisher was a rival to famous Gibson Girl illustrator Charles Dana Gibson in the late Victorian and Early Edwardian Era. The girls Fisher painted were dubbed Fisher Girls. It was the equivalent to our super models of today. The girls that were idolized for their feminine beauty; had hourglass figures, little corseted waists, and long graceful necks. Here is a closer look at the postcards.
The first two postcards in the series are titled The Proposal, and The Trousseau.
The next two cards are called The Wedding, and The Honeymoon.
The last two postcards are titled The First Evening in Her Own Home, and Their New Love.
I thought I would show these to you, I have just always loved them.
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