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Gibson's Store

Gibson's Store
Gibson's Store

Gibson's Store

Ron Marshall

Regular price $11,000.00

Original Acrylic on Hardboard, Price: $11,000
Original Painting Size: 100 x 73.2, Framed Size 125 x 98.5, Weight: 8kg

Ebenezer Gibson was the first to open a Butcher’s Shop and General store in the pioneer gold town of Mount Britton. In this painting a mounted customer and a delivery man are deeply engrossed in their yarn spinning outside Gibson’s store. What are they talking about? Could it be the passing miner’s good luck? He’d been dubbed “Lazy Burgess” by some of the other miners because of his annoying habit of dragging his shovel rather than shouldering it. Now he was the talk of the town because his shovel had snagged among some tree roots, and when he stopped to extricate it, he found that it had unearthed a handsome gold nugget!

This pioneer country town scene is enhanced by a double traditional timber style frame. The mahogany timber, deeply scooped profile of the outer frame has a mottled gold edge against the broad inner slip frame, which is a neutral cream colour with warm blush towards the raised gold inner edge against the painting.

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Original Acrylic on Hardboard, Price: $11,000
Original Painting Size: 100 x 73.2, Framed Size 125 x 98.5, Weight: 8kg

Ebenezer Gibson was the first to open a Butcher’s Shop and General store in the pioneer gold town of Mount Britton. In this painting a mounted customer and a delivery man are deeply engrossed in their yarn spinning outside Gibson’s store. What are they talking about? Could it be the passing miner’s good luck? He’d been dubbed “Lazy Burgess” by some of the other miners because of his annoying habit of dragging his shovel rather than shouldering it. Now he was the talk of the town because his shovel had snagged among some tree roots, and when he stopped to extricate it, he found that it had unearthed a handsome gold nugget!

This pioneer country town scene is enhanced by a double traditional timber style frame. The mahogany timber, deeply scooped profile of the outer frame has a mottled gold edge against the broad inner slip frame, which is a neutral cream colour with warm blush towards the raised gold inner edge against the painting.