The Bryant Slides Collection
Artist Everald Brown was a regular art exhibitor, often accompanied by his son Clinton, a fellow artist. The walls of his studio, pictured, are cover with paintings and photographs. One black and white photograph features musicians and another is of the Madonna and Child. Some of the paintings' subject matter includes the burning eye, fruits, doves, crosses, Jamaican rural life, and a woman walking with a lion. Slide labeled Jam. Everald Brown's studio.
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"Paintings on the wall of Everald Brown's studio" (1972). British West Indies Jamaica Slides. 221.