Jemima's House

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Rosemary Grimble 1917-2013
Jemima's House
Pen and ink on paper
Mounted onto (pre-press) backing card
Signed 'R. Grimble Grenada 46'
12.5 x 15 ins / 32 x 28 cms
Original frame
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Reverse reads: ‘3 B.W.I Jemima’s House Grenada / Seventh Chapter Part 2 / “Jemima’s House - has two floors and two rooms” / The New Jamaica - The trees surrounding the house are plantains, one of the staple articles of diet of the W. Indian peasant. It us a fruit, looks a little like a banana (and then crossed out 'but had more pronounced ridges’) and a much course fruit.