You are Buying a Rare 1968 Oil Painting on Board
- Painted by Noted and Listed MIAMI FLORIDA ARTIST
- Artist J. Mcgibbon Brown
- Why Buy a Print from this fine artist when you can own a Rare Painting by him?
- Architect James McGibbon Brown came to Miami in the early 1920’s, to work with the Federal Housing Commission. After retirement Brown devoted full time to painting. He was widely known in Miami and Florida art circles.
- His work hung in many public places including the Dade County Public Library, the Everglades Museum, the Miami Shores Public Library and a Florida landscape in the office of the Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court.
- Brown was a close friend of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas, and members of the Seminole Indian Tribe.
- Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1915; Carnegie Technical Institute; in Paris and Rome.
- Membership: Miami Art League; Gables-Grove Artists; Florida Federation of Art.
Exhibits: Chandler Prize, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1913; Miami Art League, November 1941, Miami Beach Library, 1st prize, group of Indian heads; Miami Art League, Miami Associated Artists new gallery, 1822 Biscayne Blvd, April 1943, Indian Head; Miami Woman’s Club, February 1944; Miami Art League, Burdine’s Department Store, November 1945; Miami Art League, Annual, Miami Beach Art Center, November 1946, Color and Rhythm; Miami Woman’s Club Annual, February 1948, Caribbean Pines; Miami Art League, 1st Downtown Gallery Exhibit, Florida Power and Light Co., Ingraham Building, January 1949, Florida Landscape; American Artist’s Professional League, American Art Week Exhibit, Burdines, Miami, November 1950, Florida scene; Dade County Federation of Women’s Clubs exhibit for National Art Week, Miami Bayfront Library Auditorium, November 1952; Lowe Art Gallery, 1st Membership Show, University of Miami, November 1952, Highlands Hammock State Park; American Artists Professional League, Miami Chapter, at Washington Art Galleries, November 1953, 2nd prize, oil, Flint Heads.Florida Native Birds in Nest Setting
- Partial Original Label on the back reads "G Harbor"
- We're guessing "Snug Harbor" may have been the title of this work.
- Measures about 39.5" by 29.5" Framed
- Would measure about 30" by 24" Un-Framed