30% Off Ken Abendana Spencer Snr. Painting (size 26″ x 28″)
Vintage Painting by Jamaican Native Ken A. Spencer Snr.
1 in stock
$245,400.00 which is 30% off the original price for a Ken Abendana Spencer Painting (size 26″ x 28″)
Kenneth Abendana Spencer Snr. (born Kenneth Abandamo) was a Jamaican artist.
Born: 13 April 1929; Died: 28 December 2005 in Portland, Jamaica
Spencer had talent as a painter of scenes of Jamaican life. Most of his style and technical aspects of his painting he picked up upon his travels across Europe. His artistic education, such as it was, consisted of frequent visits to museums and art galleries where he picked up his technique.
His work consisted of figurative canvasses, seascapes, landscaped, and scenes of Jamaican life.
Jamaican Market Scene
Portland – Modern Impressionist
You can view the Painting at:
Island Arts and Framing
20 Barbican Road,
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Spencer had talent as a painter of scenes of Jamaican life which, as a boy, he would sell for pocket-money in the capital of Kingston. In the 1950s he traveled to the UK but did not take the opportunity to attend Art School. Instead, he continued to sell his works, eventually buying a car, which became both his gallery and means of transport. He became an habitué and favourite of the basement clubs and jazz bars of Soho.
His artistic education, such as it was, consisted of frequent visits to museums and art galleries where he picked up his technique. On returning to Jamaica in the 1970s, he started building a large house in Fisherman’s Park, Long Bay, Portland. Six stories high with circular staircases and a vast studio, it was half castle and half temple, surrounded by a high wall. Here he settled with his common-law wife and two sons. It remains a tourist attraction. From there he continued to paint figurative canvasses – seascapes, landscapes, vignettes of Jamaican life and, from the 1970s, individual character sketches. He died on 28 December 2005, aged 76.
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