Hugo Anton Fisher

Hugo Anton Fisher (1854 – November 27, 1916) was an artist primarily known for painting landscapes in watercolor. He was born into a associates of artists in Kladno, Bohemia. In 1874, he immigrated to New York, and in 1886, he moved to Alameda, California similar to his wife and children. About 1894, Fisher moved to Hawaii and opened a studio in Honolulu, but he left Hawaii for the mainland late in 1896. Fisher died in Alameda, California in 1916.

One of Fisher's children, Hugo Melville Fisher (1878–1946), was a California-based impressionist painter. The Adirondack Museum (Blue Mountain Lake, New York), the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Hawaii State Art Museum, the Jersey City Museum (Jersey City, New Jersey), the Oakland Museum of California, and Thiel College (Greenville, Pennsylvania) are in the midst of the public collections holding perform by Hugo Anton Fisher.

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