Sherman Gilbert House Old Town San Diego
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RD Riccoboni

Sherman Gilbert House Old Town San Diego
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Sherman Gilbert House Old Town San Diego
Sherman-Gilbert House painted by San Diego artist RD Riccoboni was built in1887 and is a Stick Eastlake Victorian House. This house was built and first owned by John Sherman, cousin of General William Tecumseh Sherman. The "widow's walk" and circular window are key elements of this also known as a belvedere. This house was the first structure moved to Heritage Park, in the spring of 1971. From 1892 to 1965, sisters Bess and Gertrude Gilbert, patrons of art and music, brought internationally famous entertainers to receptions in their home. Among the artists were Yehudi Menuhin, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, and Artur Rubinstein. RD Riccoboni is an insightful, American born artist (California, 1960) influenced by a plethora of sights, sounds, colors, textures and emotion. This self-taught artist acquired his drive and inspiration from encouragement given him by family, friends and public school teachers. Riccoboni’s profound love for art and architecture are evidenced in his paintings, landscape and portrait masterpieces.
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Size: 22.0" x 18.5"
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