Robert Gibb

1801 - 1837

Landscape painter. Born in Dundee, Gibb was an associate of the Royal Institution, Edinburgh, and contributed to its exhibitions between 1822 and 1830. He was an original associate of the Scottish Academy, becoming a full member in 1829, providing his work for its exhibitions from 1830 to 1834. His works include views of Borthwick Castle (c.1826, in the collection of the Royal Scottish Academy), Craigmillar Castle (c.1831, now held by the National Gallery of Scotland) and various views over Perth, now held by Perth and Kinross Council. He died in Edinburgh.

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