Harry Phelan Gibb

United Kingdom (18701948 ) - Artworks
GIBB Harry Phelan Byancaster, Staithes

Gorringes /Feb 1, 2012
238.99 - 358.49
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Harry Phelan Gibb - Leeds

Harry Phelan Gibb - Leeds

Original 1932
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Lot number: 693
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693. Henry William Phelan Gibb (1870-1948) Leeds, watercolour on buff paper, signed lower left, signed, titled and dated verso, 1932, also inscribed To Edward from Lucy Wertheim 28.4.63 verso, 36.5 x 50cm (14 3/8 x 19 5/8 in). Lucy Wertheim (1883-1971) was a prominent gallery owner and supporter of young English talent, founding the Twenties Group of young artists, in 1930. She was an early promoter of Henry Moore, Christopher Wood, John Melville and Phelan Gibb, amongst many others.
Harry Phelan Gibb - Sheep On A Coastal Path

Harry Phelan Gibb - Sheep On A Coastal Path

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Lot number: 1470
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Phelan Gibb (1870-1948) mixed media, Sheep on a coastal path, signed, 21.5 x 30.5in. On close inspection of this work reveals that is is mixed media work predominantly oil on board but with some pastel highlights. Condition overall is very good although there are some slight blooming marks notably around the edge of the coastline, signed lower left in an old glazed giltwood frame which is now in good clean condition and has a replaced backboard
Harry Phelan Gibb - Torquay Harbour

Harry Phelan Gibb - Torquay Harbour

Original 1931
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Lot number: 235
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235. Henry William Phelan Gibb (1870-1948) Torquay Harbour, watercolour and pastel on dark grey paper, signed with initials and dated PG '31 lower right, inscribed verso To Eardley K. from Lucy Wertheim, Feb 19th 1944, 31.5 x 47.5cm (12 1/2 x 18 3/4 in), unframed § Keith Baynes (1887-1997) Wooded landscape, pen and black ink with wash, signed and dated in pencil, 1923, lower left, 25.5 x 35.5cm (10 x 14 in), unframed; with 2 coastal cottage interiors by Alastair Stewart, gouache, signed and dated 1959; and 2 still lifes of flowers signed David Wilson (6)
Harry Phelan Gibb - Byancaster, Staithes

Harry Phelan Gibb - Byancaster, Staithes

Original 1934
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Lot number: 1118
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Lot 1118 H.W.Phelan Gibb (1870-1948) oil on canvas, 'Byancaster, Staithes', inscribed verso and dated 1934, 20 x 24 ins. Estimate £200-300 Very slight sag to canvas which certainly needs a good clean but is overlal in good order, not signed but inscribed to verso along with label from Fouquet Fine Art of Oxford, in a fairly modern stained and bleached wood frame. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.
Harry Phelan Gibb - Still Life With Fruit

Harry Phelan Gibb - Still Life With Fruit

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Lot number: 643
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Harry Phelan Gibb, British 1870-1948 - Still life with fruit, flowers and an African carving; oil on panel, signed, 85x54cm Note: Harry Phelan Gibb, often known just as Phelan Gibb, was born Northumberland but for 25 years worked in Paris. Initially he worked in a traditional manner but after a Cezanne exhibition in 1907 he adopted a much more avant guard style and at one time even shared a studio with Matisse and Braque. Gibb had influential supporters during his lifetime including Roger Fry, Gertrude Stein and the dealer Lucy Wertheim who gave him three solo exhibitions in the 1930s. Tate Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London hold his work.
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