The Bryant Slides Collection
Mallica Reynolds, known as Kapo, is a self-taught artist, whose work has been exhibited in various countries and has won numerous honors including the 1985 Norman Manley Award for Excellence in the Fine Arts. Reynolds was a Zionist Revival leader, or shepherd, whose artworks included sculptors and paintings which recorded religious subjects, everyday life, and the Jamaican landscape. In the image, Reynolds is standing next to one of his painting which features Jamaican rural houses surrounded by trees.
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"Mallica Reynolds with his painting in Kingston, Jamaica" (1972). British West Indies Jamaica Slides. 227.