Everald Brown (1917, Mado District, St. Ann, Jamaica–2003, New York City, US), the son of a devout Baptist mother and a beekeeper and community herbalist father, was a self-taught artist. In 1947 he moved to West Kingston and became involved in Rastafarianism. In 1969 he had his first exhibition in collaboration with his son Clinton and Arnold Tucker, a church community member. Brown’s work has been exhibited widely across Jamaica and abroad in exhibitions such as: The Intuitive Eye, National Gallery of Jamaica, 1979; Annual National Exhibition, National Gallery of Jamaica, 1978; Homenaje a la Pintura Latín Americana, Sala Nacional de Exposiciones, Patronato Pro-Cultura, El Salvador, 1977; Eight Jamaican Primitives, Havana, 1974; and Contemporary Art from the Caribbean, O.A.S. Art Gallery, Washington DC, 1972. His works form part of the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Jamaica.

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