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Cairnryan Bay by John Gibb

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John Gibb

Cairnryan Bay

Artist: John Gibb
Title: Cairnryan Bay
Date: 1864
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

61 by 92 cm. Reference number 8304.

 

This image was provided with the kind permission of UK Government Art Collection,

©  Queen's Printer and Controller of HMSO, 2007. UK Government Art Collection.

 

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Gallery: Government Art Collection, London
Location: Cairnryan


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Cairnryan Bay

About the Artist

Artist: John Gibb
Date of Birth: 1831
Date of Death: 1909
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Education:
Studied under John Mackenzie of Greenock


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Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts


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Notes:

John H Gibb was a Scottish painter of landscapes who was born in Stirlingshire, Scotland.  He studied under a little known artist called John Mackenzie, who was based in Greenock, Renfrewshire.  Gibb settled in the village of Innellan, near Dunoon on the Firth of Clyde, briefly moving to Alnwick in Northumberland in C1865, but returned to Innellan by 1868.  His works were exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts.

 

In 1876, Gibb emigrated to New Zealand, settling in Christchurch, where he was largely unrivalled as a marine artist. In 1879, or 1880 he moved to Australia where he became a member of the Art Society of New South Wales in Sydney.  His son, W Menzies Gibb, trained under his father and at the National Gallery of Victoria School in Melbourne.  The family returned to New Zealand by 1892.

(This information was kindly supplied by The Government Art Collection)

 

His painting entitled Cairnryan Bay, Kirkcudbrightshire (sic) was purchased for the Government Art Collection, 1969 (number 8304).