• 1894, political cartoon, Judge magazine San Francisco.
• 1895, Staff Artist, Morning Call San Francisco.
• 1896, San Francisco Examiner
• 1899, Art Exchange
• New York Journal
• PUCK magazine
• 1901, Woman's Home Companion
• 1902, Life
• 1904, The Burr McIntosh
• 1904, and The Ladies Home Journal
• 1906, American Magazine, renamed The American Weekly
• 1906, The Home Magazine
• 1907, Collier's
• 1907, Cosmopolitan
• 1908, Pictorial Review
• Saturday Evening Post, until about 1915
• Top cover artist for Cosmopolitan
Fisher's work was featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan every month for a period of 22 years straight. A total of 293 Cosmopolitan covers featured his work. He painted almost every Cosmo cover between 1913 and 1934.
For some time, there was scarcely a leading publication that did not have his cover work or interior illustrations.
Eventually, Fisher went into semi-retirement in California, continuing to do only Cosmopolitan covers.
Harrison Fisher was widely pursued by the book publishing industry and offered unheard of prices for his drawings.
Publishers reprinted hundreds of his drawings as art reprints for framing. These reprints appeared on postcards, novel illustrations, posters, sheet music, programs, calendars, bridge tally cards, candy boxes, tins, plates, bowls, vases, pocket mirrors, tape measures, and many other items. In addition he also found time to establish a portrait painting business. Many prominent stage, film, musical, and literary stars were painted.
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Untitled profile portrait of a dark-haired, fine featured, romanticized cowgirl with rosy cheeks wearing a red bandana. In her gloved right hand, she holds her hat and quirt. Believed to be the final Saturday Evening Post Cover by Fisher,
June 19, 1915.