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{{subst:Quick infobox|Edward Gibson|1668|1701|}} Edward Gibson (born 1668 died 1701), portrait-painter, was nephew of William Gibson (1644–1702), from whom he received instruction in painting. He commenced painting portraits in oil, but subsequently found more employment in crayons. In this line he showed some genius, and was making great progress when he died in January 1701 in his thirty-third year. He lived in Catherine Street, Strand, and was buried at Richmond, Surrey. He drew his own portrait in crayons twice, in one dressed as a Chinese, in the other as a quaker. One portrait of himself, dated 1690, was at Tart Hall, and another, dated 1696, was formerly in Sir Thomas Lawrence's collection, and was sold at Christie's on 27 March 1866.[DNB 1][DNB 2][DNB 3][DNB 4][1]

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  1.  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain

    L. C.

    (1890). "Gibson, Edward (DNB00)". In Stephen, Leslie; Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography 21. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 0.
     

DNB references[edit]

These references are found in the DNB article referred to above.

  1. De Piles's Lives of Painters
  2. Vertue's manuscripts Addit. manuscript British Museum 23068
  3. Walpole's Anecd. of Painting, ed. Dallaway and Wornum
  4. Manning and Bray's Hist. of Surrey, i. 433.

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