DAVID GIBBS

In the late 1950s, David Gibbs was a director of Arthur Tooth & Sons and owned his own dealership in Bond Street. He possessed a sizable collection of American abstract art and worked alongside Lee Krasner as co-manager of Jackson Pollock’s estate to create a European market for the artist’s output.

Gibbs eventually moved to the USA in the late 1960s to pursue his artists career, creating abstract compositions from his studio in Manhattan, New York. He held a plethora of solo exhibitions, filled with ‘dazzling striations of brilliant colour’ as well as acrylic shapes that bled into each other on the canvases.

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MARKET SIGNALS

MEDIUM Yearly lots sold Sell-through rate Sale price Price over estimate
Painting 30 76.6% $412k 8%
Sculpture 15 83.6% $331k 2%
Print 96 88.8% $27k 50%
Photography 14 84.3% $15k 72%
Work on Paper 10 83.7% $17k 89%

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