Cite this: Gibson, Charles Dana. 1894. Drawings, New York : R. H. Russell & son.
Supplied Caption: A theme that recurs often in Gibson’s drawings is the 19th century practice of American women from better families seeking husbands from old, European nobility. In this allegory, the Roman Colosseum is the setting in which Cupid sacrifices America’s youthful women to the British aristocracy.
Original Caption: America's Tribute.
Tag(s): Caricatures, Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944, love