RICHIE RILEY'S "ACKEE TREE WITH BIRDS"

Richie Riley arrived in England from Jamaica in the mid 1930s as a member of a folk dance troupe.  He had always painted, mainly scenes of his beloved Jamaica.  He continued painting until his death in the late 1990s.

 

 

Rudi Patterson's "I-Three"

 

 

 

Denzil Forrester 

"The Funeral of Winston Rose" 

Oil on canva 1983

 

"The Red Room"

 1983

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Keith Piper

"Black Assasin Saints"

Acrylic on stitched unstretched canvas 1982

 

 

Errol Lloyd

"Waiting"

Acrylic on canvas 1970-71

 

 

"Notting Hill Carnival"

Oil on canvas 1988-90

 

 

Hassan Aliyu

"Struggles II: The Rise and Fall"

Oil and acrylic on canvas 1994-96 (detail)

 

 

Sonia Boyce

"She Ain't Holding Them Up, She's Holding On"

Cryon, chalk, pastel and ink on paper 1986

 

 

Sukari Douglas Camp

"Cheering Woman"

Mixed media

 

 

Gavin Jantjes

"Untitled"

Acrylic on canvas 1988

Untitled

Sand, tissue paper and acrylic on canvas 1989

 

 

Tam Joseph

"Learning to Walk"

Sand, acrylic and pigment on canvas 1988

 

 

Emmanuel Taiwo Jegede

"The Sacifice"

Acrylic on paper1994

 

 

Claudette Johnson

Untitled

Pastel on paper 1990

 

 

Fowokan George Kelly

"Twenty Guineas" (detail)

Twenty gold-plated pewter masks 1994-97

 

 

Bill Ming

"Preservation Log"

Bog oak, sticks, rope, bitumen 1993

 

 

Olu Oguibe

"Painter"

Acrylic on canvas 1993

 

 

Eugene Palmer

"Index"

Oil on canvas 1993

 

 

Tony Phillips

"Guide to the Twentieth Century" (detail)

15 etchings 1991

 

 

Danyjah Tafari

"Granny's Favourite Memory"

Oil, mixed media 1988

 

 

Aubrey Williams

"Olmec-Maya Confrontation"

Oil on canvas 1982

 

 

"Olmec Maya - Night and the Olmec" 1983

 

 

Tam Joseph

UK School Report

Acrylic on canvas 1980-82

See more of Tam's work on

www.tamjosephartlive.com

 

A small selection of the art produced by Black Artists in the UK, from the 1980s through to the 90s.