Letters from George Moore to artist William Mark Fisher,
June 1902 - October 1922.
|Main Creator:||Moore, George, 1852-1933|
William Mark Fisher, R.A., was born in Boston in 1841; in 1863 he left for Paris, entering the atelier of Charles Gleyre, where he met many artists, including Alfred Sisley. In 1871 he was in Brest, then moved to Normandy. In 1872 he left France for England, where he became a permanent resident. He was elected a full Royal Academician in 1919. Fisher is considered one of the first artists to bring the Impressionist style to England and was noted by George Moore, (in 1893), as being [England’s] greatest living landscape painter. Fisher died on 30 April, 1923.
Physical description: 20 items.
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|MS 1596||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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