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Colourful Ruins

Private view of Nicholas Gibbs’ ‘Colourful Ruins’


On Monday 28th September, artist and curator Andrea Leila Brown hosted a preview of the works of the painter Nicholas Gibbs at her gallery at 508 Kings Road in Chelsea.


Colourful Ruins – Preview of Colourful Ruins by Nicholas Gibbs
Nicholas Gibbs with guests including Alexis Parr (right)
Colourful Ruins – Preview of Colourful Ruins by Nicholas Gibbs
Lord Monson with Andrea Leila Brown and Barbara Minto
Colourful Ruins – Preview of Colourful Ruins by Nicholas Gibbs
In his works Gibbs displays a passion for vibrancy and colour


Present to view Gibbs’ vibrant works of castles, monasteries and heritage sites were the barrister James Dove, HRH Princess Katarina of Yugoslavia and Serbia, logical thinking guru Barbara Minto and commentator Lord Monson. Also in attendance to view Colourful Ruins were artists including Emma Elliott and Piers de Laszlo, the Daily Mail’s Alexis Parr and Matthew Steeples of The Steeple Times.


Gibbs’ works are now be available to view and purchase online. To view them, click here.



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