Henry Thomas George Cornwallis Gibbons (1884-1972) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Sydney in 1884, Gibbons studied at East Sydney Technical College, the Art Society of NSW School, and the National Gallery School, Melbourne. After war service he taught at the East Sydney Technical College and later at the Sydney Art School with Julian Ashton. It is from his 40 year period with the Sydney Art School (whose name he changed to the Julian Ashton Art School in 1942) that he is best remembered. He exhibited regularly at the NSW Society of Artists. Gibbons died in 1972.. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

The Veranda
Highest Price:
The Veranda
Oil on panel, 35 x 45 cm
Australian, International & Aboriginal Art, Bonhams & Goodman, Sydney.
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