Thursday, September 16, 2010

Harrison Fisher inspired Lady and her Papillon Dog

Ahhh.... who in the doll business does not *drew* over the *American girls* so beautifully illustrated by the great Harrison Fisher?*grin*
Danielle was inspired by the illustration below. I did not stay focused on a copy but rather "inspiration" was my point.
The papillon dog is one of my favorite. He/she is tiny and sweet.
They will be listed on Ebay tonight or tomorrow evening.


julie campbell said...

Love her blue eyes Patricia ! the papillon dog is just precious, so lovely,
julie xxx

The Old Maid said...

Oh I love little papillon!!I would love to have this dog!:D He/she is sooooo cute! And the lady is so sweet and elegant! Reautiful works as usual Patricia!

Gonda's miniature said...

The doll just wonderful,
and the dog so cute,lovely.

cockerina said...

Patricia, the lady with the hat is very attractive, and his puppy is very tender! the whole thing is very very nice!
I do not understand that, but how do you calculate the size of the woman's arm?? when you make the model she already wears her hat?
your work is too fascinating for me ... I apologize if I ask so many questions .. ah ah!
hugs! Caterina

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

After a long day of teaching and crying, yes, crying....I come here and smile to see this papillon so perfectly done, and the LADY so beautifully perfected. Tita, you are a wonder my sweet, and I can only thank HIM for friends like you and others in our little world that seek to uplift and encourage. A wonderful work, indeed.

Mille bises, Anita

Christel Hutson said...

Oh My Goodness! ok first of all, your nails look BEAUTIFUL! (smiles) These two sculpts are just GREAT!!! And the chair too! Wow Pat perfect depiction of a proper lady, and her fussy little doggie! xoxox Christel

Patricia Cabrera said...

@Caterina, Don't apologize for teh question, grin,no problem. It only tells me that you DO pay attention.smiles!!!
The answer is yes! Her arms were sculpted last and the hat was in its place in order to make it just right.

cockerina said...

aah! So I was right! ha ha!
Patricia, you are one of the few miniaturist respond with explanations! Besides being talented, you're also very humble, a quality hard to find!
thank you very much, it's always a pleasure to visit your blog, I learn a lot and enjoy the wonderful images!
Have a wonderful day!

Marisa Stein said...

she's beautiful!

miniacollection said...

This lady is beautiful, her face is very realistic and her clothes beautiful. Her little dog is too sweet.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Pat
One word.. Perfecton! I just love this set.. Your details are truly amazing. I simply love her expression.. So very happy, and her eyes are such a beautiful blue.. The papillon is adorable..

Thank you so much for your visit. Roses have always been my favorite flower to paint also. I love english roses. I took many photos this summer of my rose garden for inspiration.. I wish I could bottle the scents.. Oh I would love to come visit and sit beside you and paint..
Thank you for your thoughtful words.

Ascension said...

Patricia, te ha quedado una dama muy elegante y atractiva.
El gatito esta genial y hacen una extraordinaria pareja.
Feliz fin de semana.
besitos ascension

Cláudia Murakami said...

Hi, Patricia! That is my first visit here and I am so well impressed!! Your work is really something!!! Wow! Anita has told me something about your work and I arrived here through her. The lady above is charming and mysterious and her dog so bright and loyal!! Congrats!!
Kisses, dear! Bela.

Rattus Scribus said...

Dear Tita,

What a beautiful miniature the lady and her dog are. I love coming to your blog once in a while just to be inspired.


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

TITA! I see my beloved came by to see you. AH....what bliss indeed, to see your art work again after long and stressful days at work. If you get a chance to visit Nowhere, you will see a DRAWING BY RUBEN!!! YES! The first drawing he has done in many, many years!

Thank you for coming by....I was just kinda worried about you....Nita

allaboutourdogs said...

What are those things made of? I love the papillon dog! Do you sell them?