Yes, everything that has trul been seen must become a oem! — Rainer Maria Rilke

Our Story

Fine Art Specialist and Classic Interior Designer Andrea Lynn Fisher brings to Andrea Fisher Design a Vision Honed Through a Career in Dance and a Passion for 18th- and 19th-Century French Paintings and Sculptures.

Andrea Fisher, a former grant recipient and grant panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts, has auctioned fine art and antiques at Christie’s and Sotheby’s. An art lecturer, former antique dealer and specialist in French Period Art, she enjoys procuring fine period art, as well as contemporary art, for her collector and design clients. She is the Official Garden Designer to the Mission of Argentina to the United Nations, and a designer of exquisite classic interiors that integrate fine art, antiques, and contemporary furnishings. Her designs are timeless and elegant, and inspire a level of beauty which lifts one’s soul.

Albert De Belleroche (1864-944)

Albert De Belleroche (1864-1944)

INSPIRED BY BEAUTY – A Journey through Time

A new direction in Andrea Fisher’s work began with her lecture/presentation Exquisite French Period Art and Interiors – A Journey through Time (presented at the Bucks County Designer Show House of 2010). The lecture explored the 18th-century French rococo artists through the 19th-century French academics, as well as their influence on culture – the decorative arts, furniture, literature and fashion. The influence of Enlightenment thinking and concepts of beauty and the sublime, along with intimate stories about the artists’ life and work, were also explored within a cultural and historic context. The vibrant and magnificent colors, tones and textures of this wondrous time were brought back to life. From here other ideas sprang forth…the blog and a book! Continuing the journey, through Romanticism to modern times, this space will explore art, aesthetics and all that inspires.

Above is the stunning fine art photography of Brooklyn-based artists Scott Irvine and Kim Meinelt of Waxenvine. It is one of a number of their works that will be featured on the blog, and also in the book.

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Our Gallery

Maison Jansen

Maison Baguès

Andrea Fisher Fine Art offers a small, yet fine selection of 18th-century French drawings and engravings, 19th-century Academic art and exquisite fine art lighting made today by Baguès Paris. Also available to our clients are exemplary contemporary furniture pieces, inspired by the French period styles, from the esteemed Taillardat collection of France.

Our Designs


Our elegant cream and white bedroom features sumptuous fabrics and textures, with finest-quality contemporary and period art and furnishings. The white boudoir pillow wears our original scripted, letter A logo. This was beautifully hand-embroidered for us by Frette Linens in Italy. More photos featuring the full bed and the entire bedroom will be posted at a later date.



et’s ave tea…and a wonderful tea it shall be!

In our TEA SALON, a contemporary tea cart is one of a number of elegant, modern pieces that we enjoyed pairing with exquisite Louis XVI style furnishings. It is lovely set in front of our platinum leaf, hand-painted Chinese wall murals. Pretty pastel-colored pastries from Ladurée are displayed on exquisite hand-made porcelain plates from Bernardaud, France. The Maison Bernardaud is the creator of finest-quality and innovative designs in porcelain, since 1863. It also provides Ladurée tea rooms throughout the world with custom tableware in the prettiest pastel colors.

Our tea cart also features my grandmother’s English silver, which is filled with wondrous stories from the past – my mum’s memories of growing up in war-torn London and stories of LOVE. Sumptuous English roses, spilling over AERIN’s lovely white and gold cachepot in the softest shades of apricot, fill the air with the scents of spring…THIS IS TEA TIME!

— Quote from poet Rainer Maria Rilke, is posted on our headers, with kind permission of  W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., New York


When I was a choreographer, I would begin the creation of each dance with a single idea. With an open heart and an open mind, the creative process itself would lead me in new directions. The result would be a synthesis of all the elements, and the creation of a completed work of art. There were moments when I had the good fortune to observe my audience members shed tears from the experience. The transformative nature of beauty and art runs deep. I find the creative process to be similar with design, be it interiors or gardens. Just as in dance, I start with one idea;  an idea most often inspired by the space and those who inhabit it. It could be tone, color, rhythm, style or concept. Then I allow this initial idea to lead me through magnificent doors which I had not known were in front of me. The openness of this creative process is what I love about art, beauty and life itself! My desire is always to create a space of beauty and harmony; a place where the soul can find respite and transformation. This wondrous process of creating and bringing beauty to the lives of others brings to me more gifts than I could ever have known.

Beauty is truth, truth beauty, – that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know. — John Keats

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