The analytic response for the Cauchy extra stress in large amplitude oscillatory shear (LAOS) is computed from a constitutive model for isotropic incompressible materials, including viscoelastic contributions, and relaxation time. Three cases of frame invariant derivatives are considered: lower, upper, and Jaumann. In the first two cases, the shear stress at steady-state includes the first and third harmonics, and the difference of normal stresses includes the zeroth, second, and fourth harmonics. In the Jaumann case, the stress components are obtained in integral form and are approximated with a Fourier series. The behavior of the coefficients is studied parametrically, as a function of relaxation time and constitutive parameters. Further, the shear stress and the difference of normal stresses are studied as functions of shear strain and shear rate, and are visualized by means of the elastic and viscous Lissajous–Bowditch (LB) plots. Sample results in the Pipkin plane are reported, and the influence of the constitutive parameters in each case is discussed.