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Since 1984, Michael Gibson Gallery has specialized in the acquisition and sale of artwork created by artists of significant Canadian cultural importance. By providing our clients with unparalleled service and unique opportunities, we continue our tradition of excellence in the brokering of Canadian art.
Equipped with our vast experience and national network of partners, we ensure a selling process that is discreet, efficient and of the highest standard. We are committed to creating a unique selling strategy to fit your needs and can discuss the best options available to place your important artwork in a new collection.
International Art Fairs
We are experienced in both the acquisition and sale of paintings by the Group of Seven, Painters Eleven and London Regionalists, with a focus on post-war Canadian paintings created between 1955-1975. Of special interest are the artworks by Jack Bush, Greg Curnoe, Paterson Ewen, Ron Martin, Guido Molinari and Michael Snow.
Click below to see the full list of Canadian and international artists who we have an active interest inAll Artists
If you are in possession of a painting of value, whether by your own purchase or through an inheritance, we encourage you to speak with us for a complimentary and confidential consultation. To assist us, please record the following information about your painting:
Established in 1984, the Michael Gibson Gallery has earned a nation-wide reputation specializing in the selling and buying of contemporary Canadian, historical and international art. In addition to representing the finest regional and national artists, the gallery has an active secondary market business and provides practical solutions for clients who need assistance in the appraisal and selling of their fine artworks. In the past, we have had great success in helping families manage and de-accession their art collections.
Michael Gibson is President of the Michael Gibson Gallery. Upon completion of his BBA at Bishop’s University, Michael opened a gallery in downtown London in 1984. A Past President of the Art Dealers Association of Canada, Gibson served on the Board of Directors for nine years. He has participated in over 40 international art fairs, has sat on many art juries, and frequently gives talks about collecting art. Michael has built a successful business by focusing on representing leading artists in Canada and curating beautiful exhibitions. The gallery proudly represents many prominent Canadian artists estates.
Jennie Kraehling, ISA is the Associate Director of the Michael Gibson Gallery. Jennie has an honours Art History/ English degree from Queen’s University and has been a member of the International Society of Appraisers since 2009. As a professionally trained appraiser, Jennie writes fine art appraisals for re-sale, insurance, estate planning and for donation purposes. Jennie has experience writing market value appraisals for clients looking to sell artworks that they have inherited or purchased, insurance appraisals for public gallery collections, estate appraisals to determine the fair market value for probate or division of personal property and CCPERB donation appraisals for major Canadian public art galleries. All appraisal reports are written to USPAP standards.