Definition of Charles dana gibson
1. Noun. United States illustrator remembered for his creation of the 'Gibson girl' (1867-1944).
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Literary usage of Charles dana gibson
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1. The Bookman (1907)
"charles dana gibson S VAN BIBBER of line, it is safe to assume that to-day he would give us a far different Van Bibber. But granting this, he would of ..."
2. Art and the Great War by Albert Eugene Gallatin (1919)
"HERBERT ADAMS, PAUL W. BARTLETT, EDWIN H. BLASHFIELD and charles dana gibson. Their appointments were made when the arrangements for the Fourth Liberty Loan ..."
3. Little Visits with Great Americans: Or, Success Ideals and how to Attain Them by Orison Swett Marden (1904)
"NOTHING in the studio of charles dana gibson suggests that it is a studio, excepting the alien circumstance that it is artistic. Such proof tends to puzzle ..."
4. The War in Cartoons: A History of the War in 100 Cartoons by 27 of the Most by George J. Hecht (1919)
"... By charles dana gibson in the Red Crott Magazine. COLUMBIA'S GREATER TASK. ... charles dana gibson."