Charles Gibson drew 'The Gibson Girl'

Gibson Girl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ~~~ The Gibson Girl. The Ideal Woman of the Early The pen-and-ink drawings of illustrator Charles Gibson came to represent the spirit of the early twentieth century in America.

Gibson Girl - early 1900s Gibson Girl was the first national beauty standard for American women. Her neck was thin and her hair piled high upon her head in the contemporary bouffant, pompadour, and chignon ("waterfall of curls") fashions. The statuesque, narrow-waisted ideal feminine figure was portrayed as being at ease and stylish. She was a member of upper class society, always perfectly dressed in the latest fashionable attire appropriate for the place and time of day.

Gibson Girl - early Gibson Girl was the first national beauty standard in America. She was a member of upper class society, always perfectly dressed in the latest fashionable attire appropriate for the place and time of day.

Gibson girl hair to-do - Recamier Coiffure. From Girls Own Paper and Womans magazine, 1911. Text instructions here.

Hair Trends & Tutorials Picture Description Gibson girl hair to-do - Recamier Coiffure. From Girls Own Paper and Womans magazine, Text instructions here.

Edwardian plus size blue dress handmade in England Lady Mary inspired Downton Abbey 1912 gown Gibson girl

Edwardian blue dress handmade in England Lady Mary inspired Downton Abbey 1912 gown Gibson girl Ready made size petite Miss

Contemporary version of the classic "Gibson Girl" updo which was originally popular from the late Victorian Era through the Edwardian Era.

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Gibson Girl - This was the ideal look of beauty portrayed by the pen and ink illustrations of Charles Dana Gibson. This spanned from the late 19th to the early twentieth century. The Gibson girl represented the composite of a thousand American girls.

Bird Millman was a Ziegfeld Follies girl and a high wire performer for Barnum & Bailey. This picture is beautiful

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.

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