GILBERT WIPER

GILBERT WIPER

Gilbert Wiper Born in 1936, Gilbert Wiper worked as a Civil Engineer until becoming a full-time painter. After training with Kenneth Webb, he was elected to the Irish School of Landscape Artists and more recently to the United Society of Artists. Gilbert began exhibiting in major London exhibitions in 1969. By now his work can be found in the collection of a European Commissioner, local authorities, brewers and in many private collections in Belgium, Switzerland, USA, Argentina and Cyprus. His paintings have steadily increased in value. Gilbert Wiper ran a highly successful school for adult painters. However, the weather did not suit his style of painting, so he moved to the sunshine of Cyprus. Gilbert Wiper works mainly in oil. His Impressionist style reflects his love of colour and texture, and is influenced by the work of Maurice de Vlaminck and Vincent van Gogh.

EXHIBITIONS AT GALLERY FORZA 9

Impressions of Cyprus by Gilbert Wiper
05 Sep 2009 until 05 Oct 2009
FORZA 9 Gallery, Dem. Papamilthiadous 1 Polis Chrysochous
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