Hubert Brathwaite was born in Barbados on July 19th 1930. Like many artists of his time he is a self-taught artist. Here are some quick facts about this artist Quick Facts Preferred mediums are paintings, watercolors, textiles, drawings and photographs. Received two Honourable mentions, first in 1995 for “Just Colours”, then in 2007 for “Time
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I was born for art. This is my destiny. My life and my works are my greatest statements. They speak for themselves. Their impact on the artistic and general environment of my country, will speak for itself. I believe in the capacity of myself, and my people to be more, and I love my country.
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