30136E(Please use this number referring to this item)
A beautiful reproduction brooch featuring the Gibson Girl made famous by Charles Dana Gibson as the perfect feminine representation of the day - c. 1900. Here is an excerpt from a vintage article on the Gibson Girl - The brooch measures about 2", is goldtone with a textured background and is a nice quality piece.
"The "Gibson Girl" is probably the best remembered of the artist's images. With her hair piled atop her head and a waist so tiny as to defy belief, the Gibson Girl represented a serene self-confidence that could surmount any problem. The envy of all who knew her, the Gibson Girl remained aloof of her surroundings but not to the extent of haughtiness. She was at once remote but yet accessible. The "Gibson Man," equally as handsome and self-assured as the Gibson Girl, provided her perfect partner. The Gibson Girl and the Gibson Man in some ways represent the "Barbie and Ken" dolls of the early 1900s as icons of popular Culture. "
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