Charles Dana Gibson
(1867-1944)
Charles Dana Gibson received his early training in Paris, studying with Augustus Saint Gaudens, and later, when he returned to this country, at the Art Students League. Working almost exclusively in pen-and-ink, he is most famous for creating "the Gibson Girl", a modern girl-about-town that became the fashion rage around the turn of the century. Gibsonís popularity was such that in 1904 he signed a $100,000 contract with Collierís magazine, making him the highest paid illustrator in the country.

A Council of War in the Days to Come 1896
Pen on paper, 19 inches x 27 inches
Life Magazine, August 6,1896 p. 100-101

 

 

 

 

 

 

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