Margaret Paine Fisher
(1874 - 1946)
Margaret Paine Fisher was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Margaret Fisher is known for miniature painter, crafts.
From Mount Holly, New Jersey, Margaret Paine Fisher was a miniaturist who was also the Director of the New York Society of Crafts. She spent time in Palm Beach, Florida, where she belonged to the Society of Four Arts. Her husband was Charles Fisher, and her parents were George and Drusilla Paine. George Paine was a harness maker. She was a descendant of Thomas Paine, Revolutionary War figure.
Information submitted January 2005 by Gerri Brannan, Dallas Library, Dallas, Texas. His sources include the obituaries of the artist in "The New York Times", July 9, 1946 and "Art Digest", August 1, 1946; "Who Was Who" by Peter Falk, U.S. Census 1880; and "Dictionary of Women Artists Born Before 1900" by Chris Petteys.