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  • Model: 1213-030N-BW2
  • Shipping Weight: 0.075lbs

In the 1890’s Charles Dana Gibson introduced the “Gibson Girl”. These pen and ink drawings portrayed the personification of the feminine women for a 20 year span. The Gibson girl represented “thousands of American girls”. Voluptuous but not vulgar, they depicted the upper class women young and old, and always appropriately dressed for the occasion. Bouffant hair piled high, and chignon curls cascading down along with the tight corseted waist were all part of the signature look. A few dapper gentlemen also appeared in some of these satirical drawings.



This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 03 February, 2013.