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In the 1890s, the American illustrator, Charles Dana Gibson, took pen and ink and drew pretty, poised patrician girls who soon became known as the Gibson girls. I personally like the Gibson girl prints for their droll humour. This is a print from the Gibson book, printed in 1907.

In this drawing, a woman receives flowers and a note from an admirer. The caption reads "The Morning Note".

The full print is shown in the first photo. Other photos show details from the print.

Some light creasing; otherwise, the print is in good condition.

There is another print on the back.

For other Charles Dana Gibson or the equally gorgeous Harrison Fisher girls, click on:

This is an original, not a reproduction! Bananastrudel sells only originals.

The print will be sent to you rolled in a tube.

Size: approx 16" x 10.5"


Gibson Girl - The Morning Note - Humorous 1907 Antique Charles Dana Gibson Print


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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Material: antique print
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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