Charles Dana Gibson

Charles Dana Gibson

The Charles Dana Gibson style emerged in the late 19th century and continued into the early 20th century. It is famously known for its portrayal of the American elite during the Gilded Age. Gibson's illustrations depicted fashionable, wealthy socialites engaged in daily activities, showcasing the changing role of women in society. His work became famous for its distinctive black and white line art, capturing the essence of the era and reflecting the aspirations and values of the upper class.

Use this with Midjourney or Dall•E

SOMETHING in the style of Charles Dana Gibson

See also

American Gilded AgeBelle EpoqueEdwardian EraAlphonse MuchaJ.C. Leyendecker