Portrait of Madame Fisher

Eugene Paul Ullman (American, 1877-1953)

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  • Highlighted drapery folds and the floral pattern in Madame Fisher's dress add depth and accents of color to her elegant portrait. The details are subdued in order to place focus on the subject's face.
  • Ullman was trained by American painters, but spent most of his career in France, where he painted this portrait.
  • This painting won the highly prestigious Temple Gold Medal at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts' 1906 exhibition.

Object Information

Eugene Paul Ullman (American, 1877-1953)
creation date
about 1904
oil on canvas
72 x 36-3/8 in. (canvas)
81-1/4 x 45-3/4 x 3 in. (framed)
mark descriptions
Signed, lower left: Eugene Paul Ullman
accession number
credit line
Julius F. Pratt Fund
© Eugen Paul Ullman
American Painting and Sculpture to 1945

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