Camille Clifford: The 'Gibson Girl' Promise Fulfilled by Skylar Smith, Fellow, Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies Rotary Photo, “Miss Camille Clifford,” London, UK. Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944) was one of the most prominent American illustrators at the turn of the century. Much of his success was due to his creation of the “Gibson
Everyman, Meet Somebody: Characterization and Melodrama in Rockwell's Four Freedoms Despite pretensions to eternity, we know that art is fixed in time, rooted to the moment of its creation and distribution. The historical exigencies that led to the creation of Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms suite are well known.