. In Case You’ve Missed It Long-Unseen Painting of Jamaican Man Is Identified as Rare Richmond Barthé Work « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NEWS – The painting, titled Seated Man in a Landscape, dates back to the 1950s, during a period when Barthé was based in Jamaica. But art historians did not know that he was the author of the work because the attribution was “incorrectly transcribed,” according to the National Trust, the U.K. organization that announced the new research done on the painting. The National Trust plans to put the piece on view at Belton House in Lincolnshire starting on Thursday. The painting’s display is meant to coincide with Black History Month in the U.K. Belton House, which owns the work, has never before put the piece on display.

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