The Gibson Girl was an illustration by Charles Dana Gibson

The Gibson Girl Illustration by Charles Dana Gibson likeness believed to be that of Evelyn Nesbit

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).

The Gibson Girl became the first century standard of female beauty and style, named after Charles Dana Gibson, a Life Magazine illustrator whose fanciful illustrations inadvertently created a new idealized style of Edwardian Fashion.

Gibson Girl - "The Disappointing Letter" by Charles Dana Gibson - LIFE Magazine, August 1923

Gibson Girl - "The Disappointing Letter" by Charles Dana Gibson - LIFE Magazine, August 1923

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Early 1900 Fashion

Fanned Out, Charles Dana Gibson - Charles Dana Gibson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fanned Out, Charles Dana Gibson - Charles Dana Gibson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles Dana Gibson

Charles Dana Gibson’s Book “The Social Ladder”

The "Gibson Girl" is a wealthy, self-obsessed woman of style and manners at the turn of the Century, here both beautifully idolized and spoofed.,"The Social Ladder", 1902 // By Charles Dana Gibson

Charles Dana Gibson (American illustrator, 1867-1944) 1901-1902  pen and ink on paper illustration for Life Publishing Co.; published in the artist's collection The Social Ladder (1902)

Charles Dana Gibson (American illustrator, pen and ink on paper illustration for Life Publishing Co. published in the artist's collection The Social Ladder

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