Then and Now
The Seductive Genius of
C. D. Gibson
Charles Dana Gibson was the premier illustrator for Life, Collier's, Ladies' Home Journal and other leading magazines from the 1890s to the 1920s.
Then and Now – The Seductive Genius of
C. D. Gibson, is a revealing examination of Gibson's social satire at the turn of the 20th century. Most often recognized for his drawings of the iconic Gibson Girl, his body of work scrutinized the wider social conscience of the United States as suffrage, bitter politics, war, and economic battles were the hot issues of his era.
Illustrated with more than 250 drawings, Then and Now showcases his cartoons and their timeless messages that are as relevant now as then.
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