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b. 1929 - d. 2010

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        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Reclining Apollo, oil on board, 14 1/4 x 21 1/4 in. (36 x 54 cm)
          Apr. 19, 2023

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Reclining Apollo, oil on board, 14 1/4 x 21 1/4 in. (36 x 54 cm)

          Est: $500 - $700

          Leonard James Gibbs Canadian, (1929-2010) Reclining Apollo oil on board signed

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • LEN GIBBS - Lambs
          Mar. 19, 2023

          LEN GIBBS - Lambs

          Est: $35 - $45

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Lambs" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 45/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 2 x 2.5 inches (image), 6 x 7 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Wagon
          Mar. 19, 2023

          LEN GIBBS - Wagon

          Est: $35 - $45

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Wagon" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 51/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 2 x 2.5 inches (image), 6 x 7 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Shed
          Mar. 19, 2023

          LEN GIBBS - Shed

          Est: $35 - $45

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Shed" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 54/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 1.75 x 2.5 inches (image), 6 x 7 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Granary
          Mar. 19, 2023

          LEN GIBBS - Granary

          Est: $35 - $45

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Granery" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 54/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 2 x 2.5 inches (image), 6 x 7 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Corral
          Mar. 19, 2023

          LEN GIBBS - Corral

          Est: $35 - $45

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Corral" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 52/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre. Unframed. 2 x 2.5 inches (image), 6 x 7 inches (paper). Excellent condition.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), The Haystack, watercolour, 7 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. (19 x 34 cm)
          Oct. 26, 2022

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), The Haystack, watercolour, 7 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. (19 x 34 cm)

          Est: $300 - $400

          Leonard James Gibbs Canadian, (1929-2010) The Haystack watercolour signed

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Reclining Apollo, oil on board, 14 1/4 x 21 1/4 in. (36 x 54 cm)
          Oct. 26, 2022

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Reclining Apollo, oil on board, 14 1/4 x 21 1/4 in. (36 x 54 cm)

          Est: $600 - $800

          Leonard James Gibbs Canadian, (1929-2010) Reclining Apollo oil on board signed

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • Len Gibbs, City Snow, embossed print 70/71
          Aug. 21, 2022

          Len Gibbs, City Snow, embossed print 70/71

          Est: $350 - $500

          Len Gibbs embossed print of a girl with umbrella called City Snow 70/71.

          4th Meridian Fine Art
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Church on O'Keefe Ranch - Vernon, BC, oil on board, 15 1/4 x 19 1/2 in. (38.5 x 49.5 cm)
          Oct. 27, 2021

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Church on O'Keefe Ranch - Vernon, BC, oil on board, 15 1/4 x 19 1/2 in. (38.5 x 49.5 cm)

          Est: $600 - $800

          Leonard James Gibbs Canadian (1929-2010) church on o'keefe ranch - vernon, bc oil on board signed 15 1/4 x 19 1/2 in. (38.5 x 49.5 cm)

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • LEN GIBBS - Wind Break
          Oct. 09, 2021

          LEN GIBBS - Wind Break

          Est: $100 - $150

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Wind Break" - Limited edition embossed etching 55/57. Signed lower right, titled lower centre, editioned lower left artist chop lower left, framed. Certificate of authenticity attached. 9 x 8 in. (image), 11.5 x 10.75 (paper)

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • Len Gibbs, City Snow 70/71
          Jul. 18, 2021

          Len Gibbs, City Snow 70/71

          Est: $350 - $500

          Len was a self-taught Canadian artist. Working mostly in acrylic paints he was well known for his super-realism style and was considered one of the most important artists of his generation. He had sell-out shows in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle and London, England. Edmonton art collectors waited in long line-ups at all of his exhibitions and in particular, a crowd of 200 lined-up at the West End Gallery in 1981. Len was a master of painting in acrylic medium. He also created watercolour paintings and dry brush on paper as well as drawings. He had an ability paint fine art with impeccable detail and was known for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. He had many other interests which he pursued enthusiastically, including building and flying his own airplane, building a model railroad, building or restoring and driving several classic sports cars and building and sailing his model boats at the Harrison Yacht Pond in Victoria. Len helped establish and was one of the original artists at "Painters at Painter’s", an annual event which was held at Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River, BC from 1994 to approximately 2014. The event drew visitors who could watch artists' demonstrations and participate in discussions. In 1983, Len was named an Honorary Artist in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta and was made an Honorary Citizen of Victoria, B.C. in 1985.

          4th Meridian Fine Art
        • Len Gibbs, Country Snow 69/70
          Jul. 18, 2021

          Len Gibbs, Country Snow 69/70

          Est: $350 - $500

          Len was a self-taught Canadian artist. Working mostly in acrylic paints he was well known for his super-realism style and was considered one of the most important artists of his generation. He had sell-out shows in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle and London, England. Edmonton art collectors waited in long line-ups at all of his exhibitions and in particular, a crowd of 200 lined-up at the West End Gallery in 1981. Len was a master of painting in acrylic medium. He also created watercolour paintings and dry brush on paper as well as drawings. He had an ability paint fine art with impeccable detail and was known for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. He had many other interests which he pursued enthusiastically, including building and flying his own airplane, building a model railroad, building or restoring and driving several classic sports cars and building and sailing his model boats at the Harrison Yacht Pond in Victoria. Len helped establish and was one of the original artists at "Painters at Painter’s", an annual event which was held at Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River, BC from 1994 to approximately 2014. The event drew visitors who could watch artists' demonstrations and participate in discussions. In 1983, Len was named an Honorary Artist in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta and was made an Honorary Citizen of Victoria, B.C. in 1985.

          4th Meridian Fine Art
        • LEN GIBBS - Wagon
          Nov. 14, 2020

          LEN GIBBS - Wagon

          Est: $50 - $80

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Wagon" - Limited edition silkscreen print on paper 24/100. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, framed. 1.75 x 2.75 in.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          Nov. 08, 2020

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $850 - $900

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 US Shipping $120 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

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        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          Aug. 09, 2020

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $900 - $950

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $120 + insurance. Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Len Gibbs, Roller Skaters 222/275
          Jun. 28, 2020

          Len Gibbs, Roller Skaters 222/275

          Est: $125 - $150

          Len was a self-taught Canadian artist. Working mostly in acrylic paints he was well known for his super-realism style and was considered one of the most important artists of his generation. Born in Cranbrook, BC., he later lived in Brandon, Calgary and Edmonton and finally settled in Victoria, BC. He was always adventurous and earned his pilot’s license when he was only 16. As soon as he graduated from high school he joined the navy and served on several ships including the Royal Navy submarine HMS Tallyho. After leaving the navy he went into advertising and was the creative director for a major advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. He left the business world in 1968 to devote his time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out on the first day. He later moved to Victoria, BC with his family where he spent the rest of his life. He had sell-out shows in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle and London, England. Edmonton art collectors waited in long line-ups at all of his exhibitions and in particular, a crowd of 200 lined-up at the West End Gallery in 1981. Len was a master of painting in acrylic medium. He also created watercolour paintings and dry brush on paper as well as drawings. He had an ability paint fine art with impeccable detail and was known for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His paintings were developed initially with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then created the paintings slowly, with thin brush strokes and layers of coloured glazes to bring out texture and hues. Most of the scenes in his paintings emphasized the human form, where he especially wanted to create mood and emotion. He had many other interests which he pursued enthusiastically, including building and flying his own airplane, building a model railroad, building or restoring and driving several classic sports cars and building and sailing his model boats at the Harrison Yacht Pond in Victoria. Len helped establish and was one of the original artists at "Painters at Painter’s", an annual event which was held at Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River, BC from 1994 to approximately 2014. The event drew visitors who could watch artists' demonstrations and participate in discussions. In 1983, Len was named an Honorary Artist in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta and was made an Honorary Citizen of Victoria, B.C. in 1985.

          4th Meridian Fine Art
        • LEN GIBBS - Barn; Shed; Corral
          May. 16, 2020

          LEN GIBBS - Barn; Shed; Corral

          Est: $100 - $150

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Barn"; "Shed"; "Corral" - Three limited edition serigraphs 49/100; 52/100; 50/100. Each is signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, framed (one without glass). 3 x 3 (X3)

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          May. 03, 2020

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $950 - $1,000

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $120 + insurance. Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

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        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          Mar. 01, 2020

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $1,000 - $1,100

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $120 + insurance. Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

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        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          Dec. 08, 2019

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $1,050 - $1,200

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $120 + insurance. Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

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        • Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting
          Aug. 18, 2019

          Leonard James Gibbs (canadian,1929-2010) oil painting

          Est: $1,150 - $1,300

          ARTIST: Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) NAME: Indian Pony YEAR: 1973 MEDIUM: acrylic on board CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 15 x 26 inches / 37 x 65 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 35 inches / 60 x 88 cm SIGNATURE: Lower right and on verso SIMILAR ARTISTS: Allen Fredrick Sapp, Horace Champagne, Nicolas De Grandmaison, Rod Charlesworth CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115218 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $90 + insurance. Leonard James Gibbs (Alberta, British Columbia, Canada, 1929 - 2010) "Len Gibbs (Leonard James Gibbs) was born in Cranbrook B.C. in 1929, and lives in Victoria. Len was a commercial artist and became the Creative director for the James Lovick Advertising agency in Edmonton, Alberta. During those years he continued to pursue his fine art career and his paintings steadily gained such acceptance that at the age of 39 he left the business world to devote his full time to painting. In November 1968, Len Gibbs had his first solo exhibition at the Alex Fraser Gallery in Vancouver that sold out in the first day. Len has exhibited in Europe, Canada and the USA. Subsequent Exhibitions in 1986 and 1987 were successful. In 1983, Len was named an honorary citizen of in recognition of his contribution to the visual arts in Alberta, and in 198, he was named Honorary Citizen of Victoria. Len specializes in acrylic medium. He is known for his ability to merge fine arts with impeccable detail and for his paintings of children, cowboys and marine subjects. His painting are built carefully, first with sketches and preliminary watercolours to establish the composition. He then builds the painting slowly, with thin brush strokes and coloured glazes to bring out texture and colour. In his scenes the human form has always been the emphasis of his work, but the artist chief concern is the creation of mood and emotion." Len Gibbs died in 2010.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Ellerslie Barn, watercolour, 12 x 8 1/2 in. (30 x 22 cm)
          Apr. 24, 2019

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Ellerslie Barn, watercolour, 12 x 8 1/2 in. (30 x 22 cm)

          Est: $200 - $300

          signed

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), The Pasture, watercolour, 14 x 21 in. (35.6 x 53.3 cm)
          Apr. 24, 2019

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), The Pasture, watercolour, 14 x 21 in. (35.6 x 53.3 cm)

          Est: $400 - $600

          signed and dated 1981

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • Leonard Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Ellerslie Barn, watercolour, 12 x 8 1/2 in. (30 x 22 cm)
          Nov. 02, 2018

          Leonard Gibbs, Canadian (1929-2010), Ellerslie Barn, watercolour, 12 x 8 1/2 in. (30 x 22 cm)

          Est: $200 - $300

          signed

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), School Bus, watercolour, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 in. (23.5 x 31.1 cm)
          Oct. 31, 2018

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), School Bus, watercolour, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 in. (23.5 x 31.1 cm)

          Est: $500 - $700

          signed lower right

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        • Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), School Bus, watercolour, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 in. (23.5 x 31.1 cm)
          Jun. 01, 2018

          Leonard James Gibbs, Canadian (1929- ), School Bus, watercolour, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 in. (23.5 x 31.1 cm)

          Est: $600 - $800

          signed lower right

          Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
        • LEN GIBBS - Home
          Nov. 05, 2016

          LEN GIBBS - Home

          Est: $120 - $200

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Home" - Limited edition print 6/15. Signed lower right, titled lower centre, editioned lower left, framed. 8 x 8 in.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Going Home
          Nov. 05, 2016

          LEN GIBBS - Going Home

          Est: $120 - $200

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Going Home" - Limited edition print 6/15. Signed lower right, titled lower centre, editioned lower left, framed. 8 x 8 in.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Home
          Jun. 04, 2016

          LEN GIBBS - Home

          Est: $120 - $200

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Home" - Limited edition print 6/15. Signed lower right, titled lower centre, editioned lower left, framed. 8 x 8 in.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEN GIBBS - Going Home
          Jun. 04, 2016

          LEN GIBBS - Going Home

          Est: $120 - $200

          LEN GIBBS (Canadian, 1929-2010) "Going Home" - Limited edition print 6/15. Signed lower right, titled lower centre, editioned lower left, framed. 8 x 8 in.

          Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
        • LEONARD JAMES (LEN) GIBBS (CANADIAN, 1929-2010), GOING HOME; HOME, PAIR OF COLOURED ETCHINGS; EACH SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED AP VI/XV (Plate, 8” - tondo)
          May. 14, 2015

          LEONARD JAMES (LEN) GIBBS (CANADIAN, 1929-2010), GOING HOME; HOME, PAIR OF COLOURED ETCHINGS; EACH SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED AP VI/XV (Plate, 8” - tondo)

          Est: -

          LEONARD JAMES (LEN) GIBBS (CANADIAN, 1929-2010)GOING HOME; HOMEPAIR OF COLOURED ETCHINGS; EACH SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED AP VI/XV (Plate, 8” - tondo)Estimate: $200—300

          Waddington's
        • Len Gibbs January Chores near Calahoo
          Dec. 16, 2012

          Len Gibbs January Chores near Calahoo

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          January Chores near Calahoo

          Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
        • Artist: LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS [1929-2010]
          Nov. 04, 2012

          Artist: LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS [1929-2010]

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          Artist: LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS [1929-2010] Canadian Title: Boat Works, Prince Rupert Media: oil on wood board 11 x 16 in. / 28 x 41 cm. Dated: 1975 Notes: signed lower right; signed, titled and dated verso; framed Provenance: Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, label verso; private collection, Edmonton

          Levis Auction
        • Leonard (Len) James Gibbs 1929 - 2010 Canadian
          Jan. 26, 2012

          Leonard (Len) James Gibbs 1929 - 2010 Canadian

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Leonard (Len) James Gibbs 1929 - 2010 Canadian watercolour on paper Discovery 9 x 18 inches 22.9 x 45.7 centimeters signed and on verso titled and dated 1978 on the artist's label Provenance:Private Collection, Vancouver

          Heffel
        • Leonard James Gibbs
          Jun. 01, 2010

          Leonard James Gibbs

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Canadian [b. 1929] OLD BARNS NEAR ST. ALBERT, ALTA oil on board 14 x 24 in. (35.6 x 61 cm) signed & titled

          Hodgins Art Auctions Ltd.
        • Len Gibbs, The Hiker
          Dec. 13, 2009

          Len Gibbs, The Hiker

          Est: $900 - $1,200

          The Hiker

          Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
        • Len Gibbs Star
          Sep. 27, 2009

          Len Gibbs Star

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Star

          Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
        • Len Gibbs The Hiker
          Sep. 27, 2009

          Len Gibbs The Hiker

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          The Hiker

          Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
        • Len Gibbs Feed Sheds
          Sep. 27, 2009

          Len Gibbs Feed Sheds

          Est: $500 - $700

          Feed Sheds

          Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
        • Artist : LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS ~ [b.1929]
          Nov. 18, 2007

          Artist : LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS ~ [b.1929]

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Artist : LEONARD [LEN] J. GIBBS ~ [b.1929] Canadian Title : Untitled - Horse in Grainery in Winter Media : watercolour on paper 11.25 x 14.5 in. / 29 x 37 cm. Notes: signed lower right; framed Provenance: private collection, Edmonton ESTIMATE:

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