(1936 - 2014)
Gib Singleton was active/lived in New Mexico, Illinois, Missouri. Gib Singleton is known for religious abstract figurative sculpture.
Following is the obituary of the artist, submitted by John Goekler, representative of the Gib Singleton Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Gilbert Jerome "Gib" Singleton, one of America's foremost artists and the man who created the genre of "Emotional Realism", passed February 28 at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Singleton's work is held in the collections of the Vatican, Yad Vashem, the Museum of Biblical Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. The first monumental versions of his Fourteen Stations of the Cross were installed at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis in Santa Fe.
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