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2024 Winter Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry (Day 2)

Sun, Jan 28, 2024 01:00PM EST
Lot 723

2 Albert Huie Jamacian Wood Block Genre Prints

Estimate: $600 - $700

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Two (2) Albert Huie (Jamaican, 1920-2010) woodcut genre prints of daily life in Jamaica. 1st item: Print titled "Seaside" depicting three women and a man on a beach. The man holds fishing nets, and in the background three additional figures launch a boat. Two more boats sail under a sunset or sunrise in the distance. Titled and signed in pencil, lower margin. Housed under glass in an ebonized wooden frame with grey mat and black reveal. Image: 9" H x 6 1/2" W. Sight: 9 3/4" H x 7 1/4" W. Frame: 14 3/4" H x 12" W. 2nd item: Print titled "In The Woods" depicting a man and woman chopping and hauling logs in a woodland setting. Titled and signed in pencil, lower margin. Housed under glass in an ebonized wooden frame with ivory mat. Image: 9 1/2" H x 7 1/4" W. Sight: 10 3/4" H x 8" W. Frame: 15 1/4" x 12 3/4" W. Biography: Often called "The Father of Jamaican Painting," Albert Huie was born in Falmouth, Jamaica in 1920. He started painting in 1936 and studied at Ontario College of Art in Toronto. In 1947 he was awarded a British Council scholarship and then studied at Camberwell School of Art in London. He received several awards, including the Institute of Jamaica's Silver and Gold Musgrave Medals in 1958 and 1974, respectively. Huie was presented with an international award for painting at the Spanish Bi-Annual exhibition in Havana, Cuba in 1959. In 1962, he received the Jamaica Government award for the best painting in the annual National Exhibition. He has also been the recipient of the Badge of Honour for his contribution to art (1968). Also in that year he participated in a group exhibition presented by the Caribbean Committee for Cultural Advancement in Canada. (Adapted from the National Library of Jamaica)


Both items in overall very good condition. Not examined outside of frames.

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