And the Clamour Became a Voice (“e il clamore è divenuto voce”)
Arthur Timothy is an architect and painter whose works depict close family members and autobiographical events, specifically in Accra, Ghana where the artist was born, and Sierra Leone, where he lived until the age of 9. The paintings are inspired by small black and white family photographs and are imbued with vibrant colour, added from his memory and imagination, which update and bring life to the original imagery.
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And the Clamour Became a Voice (“e il clamore è divenuto voce”)




Oil paint on linen


150 x 200cm (59 x 79 inches)


Exhibited at In & Out of Time', curated by Ekow Eshun, Gallery 1957, Accra