Charles Dana Gibson

  • American

Charles Dana Gibson was an American illustrator, notable for creating the Gibson Girl, turn-of-the century, idealized pen-and-ink drawings of the emancipated post-Victorian woman, with her long beautiful hair pulled up. Mr Gibson's models for the Gibson Girl were his wife, Irene Langhorne, and her four sisters. - AsNotedIn

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Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1894/07/00 In the Summer 1894, Irene Langhorne attends a party at Delmonico's and shares a table with novelist Richard Harding Davis and illustrator Charles Dana Gibson. Groom Marriage of Irene Langhorne and Charles Dana Gibson
1898/00/00 The Prisoner of Zenda published with illustrations by Gibson Illustrator The Prisoner of Zenda
1901/00/00 Josephine Gibson (sister of the artist Charles Dana Gibson and one of the models for the Gibson Girl) inherits Longfield from Abbey DeWolf Gibson and makes it her home from 1901 to 1969. Family Longfield Bristol
1903/00/00 Gibson Townhouse is built at 172 E 73rd St for Charles Dana Gibson, 1902-1903. Home Upper East Side Historic District New York City
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