Gibson Girl by Charles Dana Gibson

Gibson Girls - American Beauty Icons

The Gibson Girl began appearing in the and was the personification of the feminine ideal of beauty portrayed by the satirical pen-and-ink illustrations of illustrator Charles Dana Gibson

Charles Dana Gibson. He was/is truly a GENIUS!!! LOVe his work!

The Gibson Girl was often compared to as a Barbie. She portrayed women as strong individuals who could play sports while still maintaining beauty in their appearance.

1909 Drawing By Charles Dana Gibson. This is actually still a nice style. Hope it comes back in fashion. :)

1909 Drawing By Charles Dana Gibson Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

1909 Drawing by Charles Dana Gibson, "A Daughter of the South," Shows a Classic Gibson Girl with side up-sweep hairstyle.

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Charles Dana Gibson’s Book “The Social Ladder”

Gibson Girl iconic beauty. Charles Dana Gibson, 1902 --The ideal of feminine beauty at the turn of 19-20 centuries was the image created by the American illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (September 14, 1867 – December 23, 1944).

Charles Dana Gibson, 1902 --The ideal of feminine beauty at the turn of centuries was the image created by the American illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (September 1867 – December Simpel, kleurloos, toch gedetailleerd

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Early 1900 Fashion

Pen and Ink drawing of "The Gibson Girl" by Charles Dana Gibson: ca. this sketch featured on a Royal Doulton "Gibson Girl" plate, ca.

1901 Antique Charles Dana Gibson Print. Center of Attention

Gibson Girl - Center of Attention - Humorous 1907 Antique Charles Dana Gibson Print

The Sweetest Story Ever Told; ink over graphite on illustration board; published in Collier’s Weekly, August 13, 1910 by Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944)

August 1910 Charles Dana Gibson (American ~ The Sweetest Story Ever Told; ink over graphite on illustration board; published in Collier’s Weekly, August 1910

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