This lovely print was drawn by Charles Dana Gibson and published by Life Publishing Company, copyright 1902. The print is titled "Conspirators". It has a pretty young woman with the traditional Gibson style upswept hair listening attentively to what a little winged cherub is whispering into her ear.
The print measures approximately 13 ½" by 10 ½". It is matted and shows 9 ½" by 7 ½"of the print surface. The frame measures approximately 15 ½" by 12 ½".
The print has been reframed and matted in new acid free materials. The print is in fairly good condition. There are no rips, tears or stains, but there are some creases through it that have been smoothed out and are not easily seen. The frame has a little damage on the finish.
On back of the frame is a tag that was attached to the original framing the print came in. The tag reads: Drawn by Charles Dana Gibson, Copyright, 1902, by Life Publishing Co.
Charles Dana Gibson (September 14, 1867 – December 23, 1944) was a well known and successful American artist during the late 1800's and early 1900's. He was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He sold his first works of art to Mitchell's Life Magazine and worked for the magazine for over 30 years. He is most noted for his creation of the Gibson Girl and became very wealthy and famous due to its popularity and success.
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