Gibson girl

Explore the charm of Gibson Girl illustrations and fashion from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Discover the elegant style and iconic beauty of this iconic cultural phenomenon.
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Have we got a haircut for you! - Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma

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LIFE magazine - Christmas cover, December, c.1902. American artist/Illustrator: Charles Dana Gibson, (1867-1944). A sketch of the, "Gibson Girl", she artistically represented the ideal image of feminine beauty, conceptualized by Charles Dana Gibson. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Original Image: Life Publishing Company) Charles Dana Gibson, Life Magazine Covers, Dana Gibson, Christmas Cover, Ideal Image, Gibson Girl, Paper Creations, Gilded Age, Old Magazines

Life Drawing Sunday 34: Christmas

Higginer, December 22, 1921. W. B. King, December 23, 1909. Percy Crosby, December 24, 1925. James Montgomery Flagg, December 23, 1909. Paul Reilly, December 24, 1925. unknown, Christmas Number, 1902. Percy Crosby, December 22, 1921. William H. Walker, Christmas Number, 1902. Chester L. Garde, December 22, 1921. Robert John Wildhack, December 16, 1909. Carl Anderson, December 24, 1925. Charles Broughton, December 23, 1909. Charles Forbell, December 22, 1921. Albert D. Blashfield, Christmas…

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Lorna Dick

little augury

. a Lesley Blanche illustration for Pamela Hinkson's 1933 British Vogue story about one of my favorite subjects- dogs & in this case their national origins. 'Admittedly it is as common for women to express their clothes, as for their clothes to express them. Yet in these islands it is in our dogs that we often best express ourselves, or sometimes-they turning the tables on us- express them. They express our way of living as well as, or better than, we do ourselves.' Pamela Hinkson…

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19th century beautiful woman | ... best describe the late 19 th- early 20 th century model Evelyn Nesbit Gibson Girl Hair, Lily Elsie, Evelyn Nesbit, Charles Dana Gibson, Vintage Foto's, Pretty Nose, Blonde Balayage Highlights, Grand Duchess Olga, Corps Parfait

Top 10 Beauties Of The 19th Century

We tend to think of the 19th century as a primitive time, when the main form of entertainment was sitting around and waiting for the internet to be invented. Well, that and rampant racism, of course. But Victorian-era folks were just like you and I; they too enjoyed the finer things in life, like looking at pretty women being pretty. And two centuries back, none were considered more skilled at the art of not looking like they’re slowly dying from hunger and/or a horrible infection (the…

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Christina Kirk
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Gibson Girl Print Scans

Here are the last of the scans I made of the Gibson Girl prints from 1906. They're captioned: The Debutante "A winning wave deserving note, is the tempestuous petticoat, a careless shoestring, in who'se tie I see a wild civility - do more bewitch me than when art, is too precise in every part." The

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Cinderwold Designs
Before the flapper came about as the embodiment of 1920s femininity, women in the late 1800s and early 1900s had a different role model from which to take cues – the Gibson Girl. She was the feminine ideal of this era and socially, the Gibson Girl had a very defined role. She was upper class, educat Beach Girls, Evelyn Nesbit, Charles Dana Gibson, Dana Gibson, Girl Beach, Gibson Girl, Vintage Portraits, Beauty Icons, Minsk

Before the Flapper, There Was the Gibson Girl

Before the flapper came about as the embodiment of 1920s femininity, women in the late 1800s and early 1900s had a different role model from which to take cues – the Gibson Girl. She was the feminine ideal of this era and socially, the Gibson Girl had a very defined role. She was upper class, educat

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Elizabeta Marićak