Gary W. Clark

Author – Photo Historian – Genealogist

Gary W. Clark

Then and Now
The Seductive Genius of C. D. Gibson

A look at the timeless art and wit of the illustrator
who brought us the Gibson Girl.

Now Available - from Amazon.com

Discover the challenging issues of the early 20th century, including suffrage, corruption, and changing society morals- all humorously captured and critiqued in Charles Dana Gibson's world-famous cartoons, including the iconic Gibson Girl. The similarities with modern 21st century topics are striking. Learn More and Browse Sample Pages

Then and Now

Charles Dana Gibson was the leading social humorist for thirty years, publishing weekly cartoons in Life, Collier's, and Ladies' Home Journal around 1900. His topics are eerily familiar today - and his humor is just as entertaining. Don't miss this view of his work and more than 250 examples of his best illustrations that were relevant Then and Now – especially in an important election year. Read More