Mary's Room, Los Angeles (1948): Drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches.

Mary's Room, Los Angeles (1948)

1976 / graphite on Arches paper / 20 x 14 (7.25 x 9.25) inches

Thumbnail of W. 14th Street: Painting by Ethel Fisher, 1974, oil on canvas, 58 x 46 inches, twentieth century painting of a New York building façade on West 14th Street.  Thumbnail of The Lowell, New York (28 63rd St.): Painting of The Lowell Hotel in Manhattan as it used to look, by Ethel Fisher, 1976, oil on canvas, 30 x 26 inches, twentieth century painting of a New York landmark, The Lowell Hotel, a 74-room luxury hotel in the heart of New York's most exclusive and fashionable Upper East Side.  Thumbnail of The Potter Building: Painting of the Potter Building, a New York landmark, by Ethel Fisher, 1976, oil on canvas, 45 x 60 inches, twentieth century painting of the building façade at 38 Park Row on the corner of Beekman Street, built in 1882-86 and designed by Norris G. Starkweather in a combination of the Queen Anne and neo-Grec styles, as an iron-framed office building.  Thumbnail of Roosevelt Building: Painting by Ethel Fisher, 1974, oil on canvas, 68 x 54 inches, twentieth century painting of a New York building façade of the Roosevelt Building also known as the Roosevelt Hotel at Madison Avenue and 45th Street in midtown Manhattan, named in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt.  Thumbnail of Fine Arts Building, Chicago (410 S. Michigan Avenue): Painting by Ethel Fisher, 1976, oil on canvas, 66 x 47 inches, twentieth century painting of the Fine Arts Building in Chicago, the nation's oldest art colony, built in 1886 and re-designed in 1898 specifically for working artists.  Thumbnail of Loft Interior, New York: Painting by Ethel Fisher, 1973, oil on canvas, 15 x 15 inches, twentieth-century painting of a New York loft  Thumbnail of 541 Broadway, New York: Painting by Ethel Fisher, 1975, oil on canvas, 48 x 40 inches, twentieth-century painting of a New York building façade now owned by NOH Realty Corporation.

 

 

graphite on Arches paper 1975–1978

  Thumbnail of 101 Spring Street, New York: Drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, of the exterior of Donald Judd's studio, now the Judd Foundation, a five-story cast-iron building designed by Nicholas Whyte, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches, twentieth-century drawing of a New York building facade.   Thumbnail of Sacred Heart Church: Drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, graphite on Arches paper, 14 x 20 inches, twentieth-century drawing of a New York church façade.   Thumbnail of 476 Broome Street, New York: Drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches, twentieth-century drawing of a New York building façade of a mid-rise apartment building built in 1920.

 

 

  Thumbnail of Loft Interior Staircase: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of Loft Staircase, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (7.75 x 7.75) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Pavilion de L'espirit Nouveau: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of the Pavilion de L'espirit Nouveau in Paris, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (6.5 x 8.75) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of the Entrance to East 68th Street, New York City): drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of the Entrance to the Building at East 68th Street in Manhattan, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (6.5 x 8) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of The Lowell: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of the entrance to The Lowell, formerly a hotel in Manhattan, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (7 x 6) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture. 

 

 

Thumbnail of Auditorium: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of the Auditorium Lobby for the New School for Social Research, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (5.75 x 7.25) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Corbusier Chair with Rose: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1978, of a Le Corbusier Chair with a Painting of a Rose on the Wall, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Corbusier Chair on Patio: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1977, of Le Corbusier Chair in front of the Glass Door to the Patio, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Corbusier Chair with Fire: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1978, of a Le Corbusier Chair in front of a Fire, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Jane Logemanns Loft: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of Loft Interior with Figure, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (7.25 x 9.25) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Hotel Hallway Galveston: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of a Hotel Hallway in Galveston, Texas, with Figure, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (6 x 7.75) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture. 

 

 

Thumbnail of Marys Room: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, of Interior Space with couch and window and fireplace, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (7.25 x 9.25) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Tunisian sunset: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1976, of Tunisian Sunset at Sidi Bou Said with shadow of mosque, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (10 x 9.25) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Interior Space with drawing of Mt. Aetna: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1977, of an Interior Space, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (9 x 10) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Private Room: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of an Interior with Figure at Window, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (6.75 x 8.75) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.  Thumbnail of Studio Interior Los Angeles: drawing by Ethel Fisher, 1975, of Los Angeles studio with mid-century modern furniture, graphite on Arches paper, 20 x 14 (6.75 x 9) inches, mid-twentieth century drawing on a theme of architecture.