Refrigerator magnet pictures a painting from 1889 by Hy Sandham and published by Bradlee Whidden of man fly fishing for black bass, standing in a stream or river. Henry "Hy Sandham (1842-1910) was a Canadian watercolor artist. His early professional years were spent working at a photography studio in Montreal where he became adept at composite photos in which a photo was married to a painted background. He spent three years as an illustrator for Scribner's Monthly then relocated to Boston and worked for Scribner's successor, The Century Magazine. In 1901 he moved to London where his works were shown in the Royal Academy of Arts.