A Gibson girl from 1903 (modeled on Evelyn Nesbit) Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944) was a remarkable American artist, whose work enjoyed an intense popularity at the turn of the twentieth century and remains highly appreciated to this day. He is best known for the "Gibson girl," a beautiful young woman, idealized to be sure, but with genuine personality ever discernable beneath her good looks.

We have reproduced twelve of Gibson’s most appealing feminine illustrations in a series of lovely blank 5x7 notecards.

These cards are available not only individually but also in handsome boxed sets:

G101 (all twelve designs)
G102 (four designs)
G103 (four designs)
G104 (four designs)

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