DescriptionAttributed to, but possibly after, Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944) Original Illustration Art (1890-1900).
Experts have differing opinions on this piece. If by Gibson, this may have been published as a magazine cover, and because of its size and oval shape, may have been reproduced around the turn of the century as a Royal Doulton (9.5 inch) china plate.
Pen and ink on board, framed (21 x 21), sight size of approximately 8.5 x 8.5. Signed lower right.
Noted in pencil on the verso is the name Miss Eva Bradshaw, believed to be the subject of the drawing.
This piece is offered as-is, and may be an exquisite copy, or perhaps an original Gibson.
keywords: illustrator, art nouveau, glamour, beauty, Gibson Girl
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