Lillian Ellen (Fiske) Fisk
(1884 - 1970)
Lillian Ellen (Fiske) Fisk was active/lived in New York, Vermont / France. Lillian Fisk is known for portrait painting, teaching.
Biography Lillian Ellen (Fiske) Fisk
Lillian Ellen Fisk was born May 24, 1884 in Morrisville, Lamoille Co., Vermont. She was a daughter to Henry Clay Fisk and Isabel Martha Page.
Lillian Ellen Fisk began her career as an art teacher at Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vermont in 1905. Married Wallace McGrath Thompson 24 Sept. 1910 and had one son Ian Fisk Thomson. In 1918 she went to Japan to study art and married Nathaniel Harrison.
She was known and referred to as a "Bohemian" in her time; a colorful, vibrant, bold artist, both in personality and work. She was a fixture of Montparnasse and a recognized and appreciated artist in Paris, as she had been in different circumstances in Japan while a "peintre mondaine".
Her work can be found in Paris still
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