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  • Portrait of George Washington Warner artwork by Bessie Gibson - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Portrait of George Washington Warner artwork by Bessie Gibson
  • Portrait of George Washington Warner artwork by Bessie Gibson - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

ELIZABETH (BESSIE) DICKSON GIBSON (1868-1961) Australian artist Bessie Gibston studied painting and exhibited in Brisbane before setting out by herself for Europe in 1905. She had previously toured with her family a few years earlier and her father had promised to support her for three years during this second trip. Gibson remained overseas for 38 years exhibiting at the Royal Academy, Old Salon, and other art societies. The intimacy of her work, being influenced to an extent by Whistler and her American teacher in Paris, Edwin Scott, and its consistent high quality, make some difficulty with dating, but many harbour scenes on wood panel were painted in the 1920s.

Bessie Gibson

Portrait of George Washington Warner

  • 50 x 62 cm
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Oil / Canvas
  • Origin: Australia
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Provenance: US Collection
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • Comments: Good condition - painting under glass. Provenance US Collection. Has been viewed by Curators at Queensland Art Gallery for possible acquisition. Paintings for sale Australia. The fees and commissions charged to sellers to auction art are very high. No commission is charged to buyers or sellers on Artplode. That is why Artplode is the best online art gallery for collectors who want to resell art of artists who have original artwork for sale.
  • Price: $3,500.00 AUD
  • Seller: Joe1932, Australia

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  • Artplode ID: 444
  • Artplode Seller ID: 25

About Artist:

ELIZABETH (BESSIE) DICKSON GIBSON (1868-1961) Australian artist Bessie Gibston studied painting and exhibited in Brisbane before setting out by herself for Europe in 1905. She had previously toured with her family a few years earlier and her father had promised to support her for three years during this second trip. Gibson remained overseas for 38 years exhibiting at the Royal Academy, Old Salon, and other art societies. The intimacy of her work, being influenced to an extent by Whistler and her American teacher in Paris, Edwin Scott, and its consistent high quality, make some difficulty with dating, but many harbour scenes on wood panel were painted in the 1920s.







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