Charles Dana Gibson

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Gibson Girl, 'The Social Ladder', 1902 // by Charles Dana Gibson Cool Sketches, Drawing Sketches, Manga Drawing, Drawing Tips, Sketching, Belle Epoque, Hipster Drawings, Couple Drawings, Easy Drawings

Beauties Of The Past - Annabelle Whitford and The Gibson Girl

Annabelle Whitford & The Gibson Girl, the idealization of women at the turn of the century, featuring Annabelle, Evelyn Nesbit, Camille Clifford & Mrs. Gibson

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In the 1890s, the American illustrator, Charles Dana Gibson, took pen and ink and drew pretty, poised patrician girls who soon became known as the Gibson girls. I personally like the Gibson girl prints for their droll humour. This is a print from a book of Gibson's work printed in 1901. The full print is shown in the last photo. Other photos show details from the print. Unlike some other Gibson prints listed on Bananastrudel, the prints from this book are on stiff paper with a glossy…

Gibson Girl Drawing - A Gibson Girl, 1902 Litho by Charles Dana Gibson Evelyn Nesbit, Gibson Girl Hair, Charles Dana Gibson, Ink Illustrations, Old Art, Vintage Images, Sketches, Photos, Drawings

Evelyn Nesbit : Gibson Girl story

Evelyn Nesbit : Gibson Girl story 1905 Women: the Eternal Question c.1904 Florence Evelyn Nesbit was born December 25, 1884 in Tarentum, Pennsylvania, her family was left destitute when her father, a lawyer named Winfield Scott Nesbit, died in 1893 leaving substantial debts. For years Evelyn, her…

Dangerous Victorian Hatpins: Gibson Girls Magnifying Glass, 1904 by Charles Dana Gibson. Image: Library of Congress. - Racing Nellie Bly-Famous women in history Belle Epoque, La Fille Gibson, Charles Dana Gibson, Edwardian Gowns, Gibson Girl, Ideal Beauty, Girls With Glasses, Women In History, Famous Women

THE GIBSON GIRL

Tip from Tommy: "Nothing better for roses in the cheeks than hurrying to be ready for the right man."

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1906 Antique Charles Dana Gibson Print. Keep Close to Nature | Etsy

In the 1890s, the American illustrator, Charles Dana Gibson, took pen and ink and drew pretty, poised patrician girls who soon became known as the Gibson girls. I personally like the Gibson girl prints for their droll humour. This is a print from the Gibson portfolio printed in 1906. Here, a handsome painter abandons his easel to "keep close to nature', as the caption says. (The caption also reads "Advice to Beginners".) In very good condition. There is another print on the back. The full…

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Charles Dana Gibson, 1900s

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Charles Dana Gibson-"A word to the wise -- have a book, in case you are bored." Charles Dana Gibson-“A word to the wise — have a book, in case you are bored. La Fille Gibson, Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Vintage Images, Vintage Posters, Charles Dana Gibson, Creepy Guy, Miss Moss, Woman Reading

Artist Feature: Charles Dana Gibson

Charles Dana Gibson was an illustrator whose work was prominent from the 1880s to the end of WWI. I love his images for their humor, wry wit, and aesthetic loveliness (I do love the Gibson Girl look!), and I hope you enjoy them too! Both funny and a bit morbid, if you ask me. He would repeat this idea of female power (abuse of power, he seemed to think) in other images. Again with the cruel ladies thing! This one was humorously titled "The Weaker Sex". This one reminds me of Lady Mary…

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'The Expert / What makes you think she has one? I can hear nothing"' by Charles Dana Gibson is a 1906 original, printed on both sides. It measures 16.5" x 11" overall and it's in nice condition too. It's smooth and flat, captured in classic crisp basic black and creamy off white. 'Sure To Be' is featured on the reverse side. You may have a tough time deciding which fabulous side to frame. Matted, framed and displayed as a grouping, these fab old fashion prints are simply spectacular…

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Charles Dana Gibson - The Old Fashioned Girl

Hearst's International Cosmopolitan Magazine from August of 1927. Color cover by Harrison Fisher depicting a girl wearing a bathing suit hol...