The Lusher Gallery maintains an interest in the rich history of artwork derived from many of the additional islands located in the Caribbean basin, including: Anguilla, Aruba, Curacao, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Martinique, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Martin and Sint Maarten, Puerto Rico, St. Barts (Barths), St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and Turks and Caicos. The following is a partial list of artists with a connection to one (or more) of the above-referenced islands who are of interest to us:

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Manuel Cuyàs Agulló (late 19th century), Catalan, active in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Anthony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon GCVO, RDI (British, 1930-2017), photographer known to have worked in the Caribbean (notably "Princess Margaret, Caribbean, 1960s", but exact locations unknown

Bernard Arosteguy, (1887-1956), French/Martinque, active in Martinique 1919-1956
Sybil Marjorie Atteck (1911 − 1975), Trinidadian watercolorist
John James (Jean-Jacques) Audubon (1785 – 1851), born in the French colony of Saint-Domingue (now Les Cayes, Haiti)

Albert Ernest Backus a.k.a. Beanie Backus (1906-1990), American artist who worked in The Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, and had a second home in Jamaica
James Richmond Barthé (1901-1989), American, moved to Jamaica in 1947, then was also active in Haiti
Reynolds Beal (1867–1951), American (Bio here)
Romare Bearden (1911-1988), American, active in St. Martin and Barbados ca. early 1960s - 1980s

Harry Benson (b. 1929) Scottish, active in the Caribbean ca. mid-1960s, including Jamaica and the Dominican Republic
Carle John Blenner (1864–1952), American (Bio here)
Ángel Botello-Barros (1913 - 1986), Spanish-Puerto Rican, active in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Haiti
Jean Bouchaud (1891-1977), French, in Guadeloupe in 1938 and in Martinique (sometime between 1957-1964?)

Richard Hicks Bridgens (1785-1846), English,lived and worked in Trinidad in the 1830s

Peleg Franklin Brownell (1857-1946), American, active in the Caribbean 1913-1914 (primarily St. Kitts)                                                                                             

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Michel Jean Cazabon (1813-1888), Trinidadian, active in the Caribbean ca. 1840-1880s, including Trinidad, Grenada and Martinique

Alfred Codallo (1913 -1970) (Video Bio here)

Miguel Covarrubias (1904-1957), Mexican, active in the Caribbean ca. mid to late 1920s 

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Jack Delano (1914-1997), Ukrainian/American, active in Puerto Rico 1941, 1946-1997; active in St. Thomas 1941                                                                  

Peter Doig (b. 1959), Scottish, lived and worked in Trinidad from 1962-1966, and again circa 2000-2002
Roland Dorcely (b. 1930) Haitian, Born in Port-au-Prince                                                                                                                                                                                          John D’Oyly (1906-1993), South African, active in Bermuda, Trinidad, and Tobago

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John B. Elwin (20th Century), American
Stephen Morgan Etnier (1903–1984), American, traveled to Haiti and the Bahamas circa 1935, 1968 (Bio here)

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Colonel Lionel Grimston Fawkes (1849-1931), British, active in the Caribbean 1880s, including Barbados (1880), Jamaica (1880, 1883), Haiti (1882), Trinidad (1883), and St. Vincent and Dominica (dates uncertain)

Alejandro Sánchez Felipe (1888 - 1971), Spanish, moved to Puerto Rico in 1933

Fowle (20th century), British

Ramón Frade (1875 – 1954), Puerto Rican, traveled to the Dominican Republic and Cuba

(John) Emmett Fritz (1917-1995), American, active in the Caribbean

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Eugène Henri Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), French, active in Martinique circa 1887
Charles Paul Gruppé (1860-1940), Canadian (Family bio here)

Robert Charles Gruppé (b. 1944), American (Family bio here)

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Elmer Hader (1889-1973), American, traveled sporadically throughout the Caribbean (including Jamaica and Haiti), early 1940s-late 1950s

George Overbury "Pop" Hart (1858-1933), American, active in the Caribbean ca. early 1900s, 1912-1919, 1922, 1930-1931, including The Bahamas, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad

Frederick Childe Hassam (1859-1935), American, active in Cuba        

Fred Herzog (b.1930), German/Canadian, active in the Caribbean ca. mid-1960s, including Curacao                                                                                                                                 

Arthur Aldwyn Holder a.k.a. Boscoe Holder (1921-2007), was Trinidad and Tobago’s leading contemporary painter                                          

Lorenzo Homar (1913-2004), American/Puerto Rican

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Louis Robert James (1920-1997), Australian, founding member of Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM) circa mid-1960’s, traveled throughout the Caribbean
Cecil Rochfort D'Oyly John (1906-1993), British, active in Trinidad & Tobago, and Barbados

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Norman Kennedy (1895- 1975), American
André Kertész (1894-1985), Hungarian, photographed in Martinique
Maxim Kopf (1892-1958), Austrian/Czech, active in Martinique circa 1941

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Charles Laval (1862-1894), French, active in Martinique circa 1887

Norman Wilfred Lewis (1909–1979), American/Bermudian, traveled throughout the Caribbean                                                                                                            

Evert Jan Ligtelijn (1893-1975) Dutch painter who traveled to Aruba and Curaçao

Manes Lichtenberg (1920-2009), American painter known to have painted images of Saint Barthélemy (St Barts or St Barths) 

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André Masson, (André-Aimé-René Masson) (1896-1987), French in Martinique during WWII

Florence Helena McGillivray (1864-1938), A prolific sketcher and painter, McGillivray, traveled widely in the Caribbean including to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Jamaica and Trinidad

Fritz Sigfried Georg Melbye  (1826-1869), Danish, active in the Caribbean 1840s-1860s, including St. Thomas (1849), St. Croix (1852), Cuba (ca. 1864), the Dominican Republic (ca. 1864), and Jamaica (1865)

James Wilson Morrice (1865-1924), Canadian, active in Cuba, Jamaica, and Trinida

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José R. Oliver (1901 - 1979), American/Puerto Rican
Francisco Manuel Oller (Y Cestero) (1833 - 1917), Puerto Rican, active in Puerto Rico and exhibited in Cuba
Georg Emanuel Opitz (1775-1841), Czech-born German
Pierre Ozanne (1737-1813), French, active in Martinique

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Amy Leong Pang (1908-1989), painter from Trinidad and Tobago
Norman Parkinson, CBE (1913-1990), English portrait and fashion photographer who lived in Tobago from 1963, and known to have worked in The Bahamas
Dewitt Clinton
Peters (1865 - 1948), American, active in Haiti

Wray Physioc (b.1890), American, active in the Caribbean early 1900s
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903), Danish-French, born on the island of St Thomas (now in the US Virgin Islands, but then a  colony in the Danish West Indies), in the Caribbean circa 1850-1855
Ogden Minton Pleissner (1905–1983), American

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Amalie Rothschild (1916-2001), American

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Prosper Louis Senat (1852–1925), American, active in the West Indies (Bio here)
William Edouard Scott (1884-1964), African American artist who was active in Haiti from 1931-1932 (Bio here)
Henry Singleton (1766-1839), British English
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith (1776-1859), English (though born in Belgium), active throughout West Indies
Joseph (born Giuseppe Michele) Stella (1877-1946), Italian-born American, traveled to the West Indies, especially Barbados 1937-1939
Hugh Stollmeyer (1912-1982), Trinidadian

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Rafael Tufiño (1922 – 2008), Puerto Rican
Ross Sterling Turner (1847 - 1915), American, active in the Bahamas and other parts of the Caribbean (Bio here)

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Mark Von Arenburg (dates unknown), nationality unverified

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George Webster (1797-1832), British, naval painter active in West Indies
John Whorf (1903–1959), American
Guy Carleton Wiggins (1883 - 1962), American
Charles Herbert Woodbury (1864-1940), American, active in the Caribbean, primarily 1920s-1930s, including Grenada (1905), St. Kitts (1926), Dominica (1927, 1937-38), Nevis (1928), St. Lucia (1928), St. Thomas (1928), St. Croix (1929), Trinidad (1937), and Barbados, Martinique, and Monserrat (dates uncertain)  

Hartwell Leon Woodcock (1853-1929), American, active in Nassau and other parts of the Caribbean

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Jack Butler Yeats RHA (1871 - 1957), English
Gerrit Willem van Yperen (1882-1955), Dutch painter active in Bermuda, Trinidad and Barbados (Bio here)