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Welcome to the Gibbes Museum of Art’s online store.  What is pictured here is only a small sampling of the products that we carry in our Meeting Street store.  The store has exhibition-related products, art-related items, unique gifts as well as products that are inspired by our permanent collection.  Please feel free to call or e-mail us for more information about the items pictured here or to ask about products in our Meeting Street store. 

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Tuesday – Saturday 10 am until 5 pm
Sunday 1pm until 5 pm

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Gifts

Gifts
Charleston Renaissance scarf

This beautiful silk charmeuse scarf, inspired by Alfred Hutty's Magnolia Gardens, is a Gibbes exclusive. Other designs feature works by Charleston Renaissance artists Anna Heyward Taylor and Alice Ravenel Huger Smith.

Non-members: $69.95
Members:        $62.95

Gibbes Museum of Art's Dome Umbrella
Gibbes Museum of Art's Dome Umbrella

Take home the Gibbes Museum's beautiful Tiffany-style glass Rotunda Dome with this custom-made umbrella. Comes with a protective sleeve of the same design.

Non-members: $39.95
Members:        $35.95

Eyelight
by The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This smart Eyelight by The Metropolitan Museum of Art is attractive and handy. The pocket magnifying glass, in the Kensington Gardens pattern, fits easily into any wallet.

Non-members: $14.95
Members:        $13.45

Charleston Italian Hand-Rolled Silk Scarf

This beautiful scarf by Nine Yards International features scenes of Charleston including the Gibbes Rotunda dome. Printed in Italy. Available in pastel colors as well.

Non-members: $150.00
Members:        $135.00

Alice Smith Print

This print of A Winter Field Still in Stubble from Charleston Renaissance artist Alice Ravenel Huger Smith is beautifully matted and framed and ready to hang in your home.

Non-members: $295.95
Members:        $266.35

Stained Glass Window Ornament

This 4.5 inch square sun-catcher is based on Anna Heyward Taylor's popular Magnolia Grandiflora woodblock print from the Gibbes collection. Boxed with enclosure card.

Non-members: $10.00
Members:        $9.00

Art Cubes

Art Cubes by Made in Museum open to nine different images from the featured artist. Modigliani is shown here but assorted artists and themes are available. An enclosure card provides art historical information. $9.95

Non-members: $14.95
Members:        $13.46


Books

Books
<em>Hiroshige</em> by Matthi Forrer
Hiroshige by Matthi Forrer

This wonderful softback book covers the chronology and works of the Japanese woodblock print master Hiroshige.

Non-members: $19.95
Members:        $17.95

<em>Hokusai: Prints and Drawings</em> by Matthi Forrer
Hokusai: Prints and Drawings by Matthi Forrer

Together with Hiroshige, Hokusai is one of the foremost master of Japanese woodblock print. This book offers a rich history of his life and work. Includes 120 color plates, including the famous The Great Wave

Non-members: $19.95
Members:        $17.95

<em>Japanesque: Japanese Print in the Era of Impressionism</em> by Karin Breuer
Japanesque: Japanese Print in the Era of Impressionism by Karin Breuer

Japonisme swept the Western world in the nineteenth century and influenced many artists, from Van Gogh to Mary Cassat. This richly illustrated volume presents a history of Japanese prints and their evolution and impact to Western artists.

Non-members: $34.95
Members:        $31.45

<em>To Hear Them Tell It</em> by Mary Coy
To Hear Them Tell It by Mary Coy

Local resident Mary Coy shares her memories about growing up in and around downtown Charleston and interviews other locals about their memories connected to the Holy City. Join us on May 11th, Second Sunday for a book signing with Mary Coy!

Non-members: $16.95
Members:        $15.25

<em>Charlotte Moss: A Visual Life</em>
Charlotte Moss: A Visual Life

Look inside celebrated designer Charlotte Moss's scrapbooks, collages, and other methods of visual inspiration. This book also includes essays by Pamela Fiori, Deborah Needleman, Alexa Hampton, and many more! To pre-order this book for Ms. Moss's Art of Design lecture on March 7, select the quantity below and enter "LUNCHEON" in the coupon code field. Your book will be available for pick up at the luncheon venue. Please note the prices below include SC sales tax.

Non-members: $65.10
Members:        $58.59

<em>Charlotte Moss: Decorates</em> by Charlotte Moss
Charlotte Moss: Decorates by Charlotte Moss

Enjoy another creative collection of Charlotte Moss's designs! To pre-order this book for Ms. Moss's Art of Design lecture on March 7, select the quantity below and enter "LUNCHEON" in the coupon code field. Your book will be available for pick up at the luncheon venue. Please note the prices below include SC sales tax.

Non-members: $54.25
Members:        $48.83

<em>Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth Century Paintings of the South</em> by The Johnson Collection
Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth Century Paintings of the South by The Johnson Collection

This catalog, published by the Johnson Collection, explores the American Romantic movement during the nineteenth century. Exploring the work of thirty two artists, this private collection showcases the core concepts of Romanticism.

Non-members: $34.95
Members:        $31.45

<em>Magnolias, Porches, and Sweet Tea</em>by Pat Branning
Magnolias, Porches, and Sweet Teaby Pat Branning

Join us February 9th, Second Sunday, for a book signing and sweet tea with author of Shrimp, Collards, and Grits, Pat Branning. This delightful new book combines Southern stories, art, and great recipes!

Non-members: $39.95
Members:        $35.95

Photography and the American Civil Warby Jeff L. Rosenheim

Experience the Photography and the American Civil War exhibition with the beautifully produced exhibition catalogue. This publication features over three hundred rarely seen images from the exhibition and features photography from Matthew Brady, George Barnard, and Timothy O'Sullivan. 288 pages. Hardcover and cloth bound.

Non-members: $50.00
Members:        $48.83

<em>Mario Buatta: Fifty Years of American Interior Decoration</em>
Mario Buatta: Fifty Years of American Interior Decoration

This beautiful book celebrates fifty years of interior designer Mario Buatta's career.

Non-members: $75.00
Members:        $67.50

<em>The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty</em> - Hardbound
The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty - Hardbound

Serving as a companion to the Gibbes exhibition The Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston, this gorgeous book surveys the artist’s influential career and features more than 250 of his works. Edited by Gibbes Curator of Collections Sara C. Arnold and Stephen G. Hoffius, the book features essays by Arnold, Alexis L. Boylan, Harlan Greene, Edith Howle, and a catalog of known prints by Hutty.

Non-members: $49.95
Members:        $44.95

<em>The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty</em> - Softbound
The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty - Softbound

Serving as a companion to the Gibbes exhibition The Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston, this gorgeous book surveys the artist’s influential career and features more than 250 of his works. Edited by Gibbes Curator of Collections Sara C. Arnold and Stephen G. Hoffius, the book features essays by Arnold, Alexis L. Boylan, Harlan Greene, Edith Howle, and a catalog of known prints by Hutty.

Non-members: $24.95
Members:        $22.45

<em>Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art</em> - Edited by Angela D. Mack and Stephen G. Hoffius (hardbound)
Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art - Edited by Angela D. Mack and Stephen G. Hoffius (hardbound)

Serving as a companion to the Gibbes exhibition of the same name, Landscape of Slavery undertakes an original study of plantation images from the eighteenth century through the present to unravel the realities and mythology inherent in this complex and often provocative subject. Book contributors are Alexis L. Boylan, Michael D. Harris, Leslie King-Hammond, Angela D. Mack, Maurie D. McInnis, Roberta Sokolitz and John Michael Vlach. (HARDBOUND)

Non-members: $49.95
Members:        $44.95

<em>Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art</em> - Edited by Angela D. Mack and Stephen G. Hoffius
Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art - Edited by Angela D. Mack and Stephen G. Hoffius

Serving as a companion to the Gibbes exhibition of the same name, Landscape of Slavery undertakes an original study of plantation images from the eighteenth century through the present to unravel the realities and mythology inherent in this complex and often provocative subject. Book contributors are Alexis L. Boylan, Michael D. Harris, Leslie King-Hammond, Angela D. Mack, Maurie D. McInnis, Roberta Sokolitz and John Michael Vlach. (SOFTBOUND)

Non-members: $24.95
Members:        $22.45

<em>An Artist, A Place and a Time</em> by Martha R. Severens
An Artist, A Place and a Time by Martha R. Severens

The most complete study of Charleston Renaissance Artist Alice Ravenel Huger Smith. This fine collector's book chronicles Smith's life during Charleston's artistic rebirth. Her lovely watercolors capturing images of life in the Carolina Lowcountry are reproduced throughout.

Non-members: $45.00
Members:        $40.50

<em>Controversy and Hope: The Civil Rights Photographs of James Karales</em>by Julian Cox (hardbound)
Controversy and Hope: The Civil Rights Photographs of James Karalesby Julian Cox (hardbound)

For the first time,Controversy and Hope commenorates the legacy of Civil Rights photographer James Karales (1930-2002). Focusing on the photojournalist's series documenting the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March for Voting Rights, this book contains 121 plates, and essays from art dealer Rebekah Jacob, Mr. Karales' widow Monica Karales, as well as essays from Civil Rights activist Andrew Young and curator of photography for the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Julian Cox.

Non-members: $39.95
Members:        $35.95

<em>Controversy and Hope: The Civil Rights Photographs of James Karales</em> by Julian Cox (softbound)
Controversy and Hope: The Civil Rights Photographs of James Karales by Julian Cox (softbound)

For the first time,Controversy and Hope commenorates the legacy of Civil Rights photographer James Karales (1930-2002). Focusing on the photojournalist's series documenting the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March for Voting Rights, this book contains 121 plates, and essays from art dealer Rebekah Jacob, Mr. Karales' widow Monica Karales, as well as essays from Civil Rights activist Andrew Young and curator of photography for the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Julian Cox.

Non-members: $24.95
Members:        $22.45

<em>Henry Benbridge: Charleston Portrait Painter</em>
Henry Benbridge: Charleston Portrait Painter

This catalog, with essays by Maurie D. McInnis, Leslie Reinhardt, Roberta Sokolitz, and Carol Aiken, focuses on the life and portraiture of Henry Benbridge, his role in Charleston's cultural legacy, and thus American art in general. Produced by the Gibbes Museum of Art, catalog and transcript by Angela D. Mack. 149 pages.

Non-members: $19.95
Members:        $17.95

<em>Jonathan Green: The Artist and The Collector</em>(softbound)
Jonathan Green: The Artist and The Collector(softbound)

Experience the Vibrant Visions: The Collection of Jonathan Gree and Richard Weedman exhibtion again through this catalogue of Mr. Green and Mr. Weedman's inspiring and multifaceted personal art collection. Inspired by African-American artists working during the 1930s in the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration, the collection of Mr. Green and Mr. Weedman is not only a testament to African-American history, but American art as well. 41 pages with full color reproductions.

Non-members: $18.95
Members:        $17.05

Gullah Images: The Art of Jonathan Green

Gullah Images explores the wonderful oil paintings of renowned artist Jonathan Green. As the title suggests, Green paints scenes of everyday life from his Gullah childhood and background. Gullah Images includes a foreword by South Carolina author Pat Conroy and is a perfect way to see the evolution and variety of Jonathan Green's paintings throughout the years. Currently, the Gibbes has Jonathan Green's private collection on view in an exhibition titled Vibrant Vision

Non-members: $49.95
Members:        $44.95

<em>More Than a Likness: The Enduring Art of Mary Whyte</em> by Martha R. Severens
More Than a Likness: The Enduring Art of Mary Whyte by Martha R. Severens

Art historian Martha Severens provides an intimate and comprehensive look into renowned Charleston watercolorist Mary Whyte's life and artistic process. With over two hundred full color images of Whyte's beautiful sketches and watercolors, this book gives a detail insight into the artist's unique perspective, influences, and passions.

Non-members: $75.00
Members:        $67.50

<em>Down Bohicket Road</em> (softbound)
Down Bohicket Road (softbound)

Charleston watercolorist Mary Whyte's new book Down Bohicket Road explores three decades of Gullah women and their descendants living on John's Island. Whyte's delicate depictions of these women show how they've influenced her life and art in truly inspiring ways. This book is perfect for a gift for a close friend or loved one as a tribute of friendship!

Non-members: $29.95
Members:        $26.95

<em>Down Bohicket Road</em> by Mary Whyte (hardbound)
Down Bohicket Road by Mary Whyte (hardbound)

Charleston watercolorist Mary Whyte's new book Down Bohicket Road explores three decades of Gullah women and their descendants living on John's Island. Whyte's delicate depictions of these women show how they've influenced her life and art in truly inspiring ways. This book is perfect for a gift for a close friend or loved one as a tribute of friendship!

Non-members: $49.95
Members:        $44.95

Working South by Mary Whyte (hardbound)

In Working South, watercolorist Mary Whyte captures the essence of vanishing blue-collar professions in the South. HARDBOUND

Non-members: $49.95
Members:        $44.95

Working South by Mary Whyte (softbound)

In Working South, watercolorist Mary Whyte captures the essence of vanishing blue-collar professions in the South. SOFTBOUND

Non-members: $29.95
Members:        $26.95

<em>My Beverly Hills Kitchen</em> by Alex Hitz
My Beverly Hills Kitchen by Alex Hitz

The newest cookbook by restaurateur Alex Hitz contains over 170 of his favorite Southern dishes. Blending his Southern roots with lessons from some of the world's greatest chefs, Hitz creates classic and satisfying comfort food!

Non-members: $35.00
Members:        $31.50

<em>Paitings and Portraits in the Early American South</em>by Carolyn J. Weekley
Paitings and Portraits in the Early American Southby Carolyn J. Weekley

This amazing and comprehensive illustrated book chronicles the paintings, painters, and sitters of early American portraiture. Documenting the interconnected world of early American artists and patrons, this volume draws upon diaries, letters, and commissions from the 1600s to the late 1700s. Many of the Gibbes Museum's permenant collection is featured inside this volume. Produced by Yale University Press, 438 pages

Non-members: $75.00
Members:        $67.50


Accessories

Accessories
Spoleto Watercolor Totebag
Spoleto Watercolor Totebag

To celebrate our exhibition that ran during the Spoleto 2013 season, enjoy this fun totebag! Both images from Carl Palazzolo and Stephen Mueller adorned either side of this 11 x 15 x 5 totebag. Perfect to use for grocery shopping, or the beach.

Non-members: $9.95
Members:        $9.71

The Art of Jonathan Green 2014 Wall Calendar
The Art of Jonathan Green 2014 Wall Calendar

Experience Gullah artist Jonathan Green's vibrant and colorful paintings with this 2014 Calendar! Measures 11 x 14 inches.

Non-members: $14.95
Members:        $13.45


Children

Children
<em>Goodnight Charleston</em> by Mark Jasper
Goodnight Charleston by Mark Jasper

This classic children's book is a wonderful way for children to learn about different cities around the world. Take a tour of Charleston before bedtime with this book!

Non-members: $9.95
Members:        $8.95

<em>Rosebud Roams Charleston</em>by Sally Hughes Smith
Rosebud Roams Charlestonby Sally Hughes Smith

Have an adventure around Charleston with Rosebud the horse! This children's book has beautiful illustrations and is a great read.

Non-members: $19.95
Members:        $17.95


Posters

Posters
<em>September</em>by Mary Whyte
Septemberby Mary Whyte

This beautiful poster comes from a painting in renowned artist Mary Whyte's book Down Bohicket Road18 x24 inches

Non-members: $24.95
Members:        $22.45

<em>A New Description of Carolina-1676 Map</em>
A New Description of Carolina-1676 Map

A wonderful reproduction from the Gibbes Museum of Art's permanent collection, this map dating from 1676 depicting the South Carolina coastline. **3 dollar charge added to posters for shipping purposes**

Non-members: $61.95
Members:        $56.05

<em>The Town and Harbour of Charlestown in South Carolina, 1747 Map</em>
The Town and Harbour of Charlestown in South Carolina, 1747 Map

This reproduction from the Gibbes Museum of Art's permanent collection describes the Charleston peninsula from 1747. **3 dollar charge added for shipping purposes**

Non-members: $41.95
Members:        $38.05

<em>Plan of the Siege of Charlestown in South Carolina</em>
Plan of the Siege of Charlestown in South Carolina

This reproduction comes from the Gibbes Museum of Art's permenant collection. The orginial engraving came from Stedman's History of the American War **3 dollar charge added for shipping purposes**

Non-members: $41.95
Members:        $38.05

Fishing Spot by Jonathan Green

Fishing Spot is the perfect piece of art to take home to remember the exhibition now on at the Gibbes. This signed poster will be a vibrant addition to any home! ***$3.00 IS ADDED TO PRICE OF POSTER FOR A POSTER TUBE FOR SHIPPING REASONS***

Non-members: $53.00
Members:        $48.00


Special Events

Special Events
Gibbes on the Street—East Meets West
Member Ticket

Thursday, May 1, 7:30PM

Price: $125.00

Gibbes on the Street—East Meets West
Non-Member Ticket

Thursday, May 1, 7:30pm

Price: $150.00

Art with a Twist—The Art of Entertaining with Domestic Deans Suzanne Pollak and Lee Manigault
Member Ticket

Monday, May 12, Noon

Price: $20.00

Art with a Twist—The Art of Entertaining with Domestic Deans Suzanne Pollak and Lee Manigault
Non-Member Ticket

Monday, May 12, Noon

Price: $30.00

Art of Healing—Conversation with John Westmark
Adult Ticket

Monday June 2, 11AM

Price: $15.00

Society 1858 at the Villa Barbarella
Society 1858 Member Ticket

Thursday, March 13, 6 - 8pm

Price: $30.00

Society 1858 at the Villa Barbarella
Non-Member Ticket

Thursday, March 13, 6 - 8pm

Price: $40.00

Art of Healing Wake Up To Your Most Creative Self
Member Ticket

March 25, 5:30-7:30pm

Price: $35.00

Art of Healing Wake Up To Your Most Creative Self
Non-Member

March 25, 5:30-7:30pm

Price: $45.00

Gibbes, etc. Kiawah Art & House Tour

Friday, April 11, 1 - 5pm

Price: $55.00

Art with a Twist—Gullah, Its Arts and Traditions with Sharon Cooper-Murray
Member Ticket

Monday, April 21, 12noon

Price: $20.00

Art with a Twist—Gullah, Its Arts and Traditions with Sharon Cooper-Murray
Non-Member Ticket

Monday, April 21, 12noon

Price: $30.00

Old-time Photography: Tour and Black and White Film Demonstration
member ticket

Saturday, May 17, 10am-1pm

Price: $40.00

Old-time Photography: Tour and Black and White Film Demonstration
Non-Member

Saturday, May 17, 10am-1pm

Price: $45.00