Vilhelm Th. Fischer (1857-1928) was a Danish painter and employee at Royal Copenhagen doing underglaze painting in the period 1894-1928. He was a member of the Academic Counsel 1915-1920.
Vilhelm Th. Fischer only painted animal and landscapes. It was the farm animals that had his special attention and later the wild birds. He was very fond of the flat landscapes and horizons and put special emphasis on the connection between animals and nature.
During his time at Royal Copenhagen he came to have great influence on the succes of underglaze porcelain from 1920.