Phillips, Coles

"The first two decades of the 1900's saw dramatic changes in how artists portrayed American women in magazines and other media. Instead of the prim, proper, and idealized 'Gibson girl' socialite of the 1890's, the public was treated to an outpouring of more modern, active, and athletic images of women. Chief among the early architects of this 'Golden Age of American Illustration' was Coles Phillips [1880-1927], popularizer of the 'fade-away' style...." --Norm Platnick
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Motor, Jan. 1924. Cover by Coles Phillips.  At 1.25, it was an expensive magazine.

Motor, Jan. 1924. Cover by Coles Phillips. At 1.25, it was an expensive magazine.

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Coles Phillips - The Ladies' Home Journal Magazine cover (November 1911)  Fadeaway

Coles Phillips - The Ladies' Home Journal Magazine cover (November 1911) Fadeaway

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Coles Phillips - Life Magazine cover (March 12, 1908) "R.S.V.P." ....Model is Teresa Hyde, his future wife

Coles Phillips - Life Magazine cover (March 12, 1908) "R.S.V.P." ....Model is Teresa Hyde, his future wife

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C. Coles Phillips 'The Butterfly Chase' (1912) from 'A Gallery of Girls' by Plum leaves, via Flickr

C. Coles Phillips 'The Butterfly Chase' (1912) from 'A Gallery of Girls' by Plum leaves, via Flickr

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Coles Philips - Coles Phillips - Community Plate Ad-2 1924 Painting
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