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A Street in Jamaica, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson

A Street in Jamaica, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson


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A Street in Jamaica, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson

A Street in Jamaica, 1912. From More About The Empire by Alice Talwin Morris. [Blackie and Son Limited, London, Glasgow and Bombay, 1912]

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Alice Talwin Alice Talwin Morris Apron Basket Blackie Blackie And Son Blackie Son Blackie Son Ltd Carrying On Head Charles Robinson Indies Jamaica Local People More About The Empire Morris Robinson West Indian West Indies British Empire


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This photo print, titled "A Street in Jamaica, 1912" transports us back to the vibrant West Indies of the early 20th century. The artist behind this masterpiece is Charles Robinson, who skillfully captures the essence of a bustling street scene in Jamaica. In this snapshot of history, we see a diverse array of people going about their daily lives. A confident woman dressed in traditional attire gracefully carries a basket on her head as she walks along the road. Her colorful dress stands out against the backdrop of quaint houses and lush vegetation that line the lane. The image exudes an air of authenticity and offers a glimpse into local life during British colonial times. It is evident that Robinson had an eye for detail as he portrays every aspect with precision – from the clothes worn by native Jamaicans to the architecture that reflects both Caribbean and European influences. This print was featured in Alice Talwin Morris' book "More About The Empire" published by Blackie and Son Limited in London, Glasgow, and Bombay in 1912. Through this photograph, we are reminded not only of Jamaica's rich cultural heritage but also its place within the vast British Empire. As we admire this remarkable piece from our collection at Heritage Images, it serves as a testament to both artistic talent and historical documentation - capturing a moment frozen in time forevermore.

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