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100 Illustrators that all Illustrators should know: #8

Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944)

Country: United States

Famous for: The Gibson Girl, LIFE, Harper’s Weekly, Scribners, Colliers

Influenced: Andrew Loomis, Alberto Vargas, Gil Elvgren, James Montgomery Flagg

Influenced by: Howard Pyle, Charles Keene, Phil May

Charles Gibson is at the forefront of masters of the medium of Pen & Ink, creating thousands of loose, but controlled ink illustrations for various publications. Gibson is most well known for creating the Gibson Girl, an iconic representation of the attractive, well-to-do, independent woman at the turn of the 20th century. The Gibson Girl became a country-wide phenomenon, and was stamped onto everything from magazines, to dishes and clothing. With the constant profit Gibson made from his creation, he became one of the most monetarily successful commercial illustrators to ever live.

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Gilles Francescano - Pour des soleils froids, 1996.

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Jean Giraud

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ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #808
title: FRANKENSTEIN #3 - P29:2
artist: TONY TALLARICO
year: 1966 

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The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up (2013)

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CASOS de ALARMA! - 70’s Mexcan Crime Magazines.

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