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    • JOSEPH CRIBB (1892-1967) - Pietà
      Jan. 22, 2020

      JOSEPH CRIBB (1892-1967) - Pietà

      Est: £15,000 - £25,000

      JOSEPH CRIBB (1892-1967) Pietà carved limestone relief with gold paint, unique 20 in. (51 cm.) high Carved circa 1950. PROVENANCE: Kenneth Eager. with Gillian Jason Gallery, London, 2001. Purchased by the present owner at the 2012 exhibition. EXHIBITED: London, Gillian Jason Gallery, The Lost Idyll: Sculpture and Carving by Members of the Guild of St. Joseph and St. Dominic at Ditchling, Sussex, 1913-1924: Eric Gill, David Jones, Desmond Chute, Joseph Cribb, Philip Hagreen, George Maxwell, Hilary Pepler, Dunstan Pruden, September - October 1989, no. 18, as 'Deposition'. London, Fine Art Society, Carving in Britain from 1910 to Now, November 2012 - January 2013, no. 36. LITERATURE: Exhibition catalogue, Carving in Britain from 1910 to Now, London, Fine Art Society, 2012, p. 50, no. 36, illustrated.

    • § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) 'S. Martina, Ora. Pro. Nobis', 4.75in.
      Sep. 04, 2014

      § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) 'S. Martina, Ora. Pro. Nobis', 4.75in.

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) painted stone carving, 'S. Martina, Ora. Pro. Nobis', signed and dated 1924, 4.75in.

    • § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) 'St Christopher O.B.N.', 19.5in.
      Sep. 04, 2014

      § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) 'St Christopher O.B.N.', 19.5in.

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      § Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967) stone carving, 'St Christopher O.B.N.', signed and dated 1926, 19.5in.

    • Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967). A stone
      Sep. 04, 2013

      Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967). A stone

      Est: £10,000 - £12,000

      Herbert 'Joseph' Cribb (1892-1967). A stone carving for the Eric Gill Studio Workshop depicting Christ on the cross, and with figures at his feet, inscribed 'AMOR MEUS CRUCI-FIXUS EST' in red text and with lead 'nails', the reverse inscribed 'H.J.Cribb 1927', 30cm x 30cm. 'Joseph' Cribb was recruited by Eric Gill as his apprentice in 1906 whereupon he was taught letter cutting and masonry skills by his master. Following the First World War on his return from France he joined Eric Gill amongst others in setting up the Guild of St Joseph and St Dominic on Ditchling Common. He became a prolific worker of stone carvings and decorative stone work and there are many examples of his work still in existence. Some examples of his work can be seen in Ditchling Museum and his life and works are well documented. Provenance: The vendor is the granddaughter of Lawrence Cribb who was Joseph Cribb's brother and who also worked for Eric Gill.

      Golding Young & Mawer
    • Joseph Cribb (1892-1967) St Joan of Arc
      May. 18, 2010

      Joseph Cribb (1892-1967) St Joan of Arc

      Est: £200 - £300

      Joseph Cribb (1892-1967) St Joan of Arc Watercolour over pencil Signed and dated 1936 lower right 25 x 10.5 cm (10 x 4 1/4 in) With a small woodcut of woman holding a flower, by another hand Joseph Cribb was apprenticed to Eric Gill in 1906, a year before they both moved to Ditchling in Sussex, where he remained as one of the longest serving members of that artistic community

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Joseph Cribb (1892-1967)
      Nov. 12, 2009

      Joseph Cribb (1892-1967)

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Joseph Cribb (1892-1967) Christ's Entry into Jerusalem carved limestone relief with paint 11½ in. (29.2 cm.) wide

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