Artist Robert Gilbert

Paintings in acrylic. Drawings in graphite and colored pencil.


"An artist's style is simply his way or manner of saying things, and in this each painter may vary from his neighbor. There is no one inflexible law that can be laid down as a guide for them all. In this age of individualism almost every artist originates a style of his own, and the correctness or incorrectness of it is very much dependent upon whether it pleases or not."

 John C. Van Dyke

"The highest art of all, then, is that which consists in the expression of one grand idea with such force that every other thing is forgotten in its contemplation. "

John C. Van Dyke
















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