Harold Newton Highwaymen

James Gibson

James Gibson Highwaymen James Gibson got his artistic encouragement to paint from a local landscape artist named A. E. "Bean" Backus. He and these other artists became the Highwaymen, painting the raw beauty and mystique of Florida. Gibson would paint for days at a time with the other artists. Then after accumulating a new group of work he would take off on the highway to sell his paintings in towns north, south and west of his native Fort Pierce.



I will pay cash today for your Highwaymen artwork.

To ensure a quick evaluation of your painting, e-mail a copy of the painting to me with the size and name of the artist who signed it. I am only interested in original paintings, no prints or lithographs.

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You may also call me now on my cell phone but email is the fastest way to reach me. (954) 398-4353. If I can't answer then please leave a message describing the artwork you have on my voicemail stating the the size and name of the artist who signed it.

James Gibson Paintings