Annie Harriet Fish Sefton (1890-1964) was a British cartoonist and illustrator. She is best known as “Fish,” her maiden name, and how she usually signed her works. For Vanity Fair magazine, from 1914 to 1927, she drew 178 striking cartoons and 36 covers. In England, from 1914 to 1919, she illustrated for “The Tatler,” a famous column, “The Letters of Eve.”
From 1919 to 1932, she drew for Abdulla eleven campaigns published in French on “La Vie Parisienne” and in English on “Punch,” “The Sketch,” and “The Sphere.” Read all the Stories.
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American 1920s High Society’s lifestyles, as seen by Anne Fish
“High Society” published in December 1920 is a unique book celebrating the work of the star-illustrator Anne Fish. It’s a selection of drawings published on Vanity Fair US from 1914 to 1920. The book provides a unique, rich lens into American and international high society’s lifestyles.
Abdulla Cigarettes 1921. Mélisande at Montecarlo, by Anne Fish
The full 1921 Abdulla ad campaign in the French magazine “La Vie Parisienne.” The star is Mélisande, a wealthy, young, elegant, and beautiful Parisian who goes to Monte Carlo to try her luck at the casino. Here she meets an elegant Englishman who woos her and with whom she gets engaged and finally marries three days before New Year’s Eve; her life unfolds between suitors, losses, and wins at the table and a lifestyle of unbridled luxury.