1 - 2 October 2008
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF JERROLD AND JACKIE ZIFF
This lot is offered without a reserve
Joseph Vincent Gibson (British, 19th Century)
A young girl holding a rabbit and carrying flowers
signed and dated 'JV Gibson 1866' (lower right)
bodycolor on board
14 x 11 1/8 in. (355 x 282 mm.)
Executed in 1866.
with Alister Mathews, Bournemouth, where acquired by the current owner, 1968.
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