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Description: This is the first reviewing copy of the book "De Distance is Here: The El Tucuche Poems 1984-2007" by Leroy Clarke. It includes hand written suggestions and changes.
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Description: This is a programme for for Leroy Clarke's exhibition "Pantheon" which was held at the National Museum from 12 February to 24 March 1996. It includes a foreword by Dr. J.D Elder, as well as a catalogue of the paintings in the exhibition.
View the document Bongo Dance
Description: A four stanza quatrain (a stanza or poem consisting of four lines), written by Leroy Clarke in 1968.
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Description: This incomplete article includes Leroy Clarke's critical comments of the performances of various artistes at Festac '77.
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Description: A collection of poems and cards
View the document Portrait of Leroy and Aileen Clarke
Description: A black and white studio portrait of Leroy and Aileen Clarke.
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Description: LeRoy Clarke interviewed by fine arts correspondent Alim A. Hosein in Guyana.
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Description: Untitled essays from a green folder entitled Douens 2.
View the document Leroy Clarke 1968
Description: A black and white sketch of a woman with an infant in a traditional baby carrier attached to her back. this drawing was done by Leroy Clarke in 1968.
View the document Towards a circular embrace
Description: A speech given by artist Leroy Clarke at the launching of the retrospective catalogue of his work "Leroy Clarke: Of Flesh & Salt and Wind & Current" at the Crowne Plaza.
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Description: A draft of the third part of the poem "Deliquescent Season", this poem was published in 2007 as part of the El Tucuche Poems in the book "De Distance is Here" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Exhibition: Art from the third world
Description: A typed document on an Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies letter head to Mr. Leroy Clarke inviting him to participate in the Exhibition: Art from the Third World.
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Description: A publication by the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, this pamphle includes three plays, as well as the autographs of some of the cast members of "The Blacks."
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Description: This poem is divided into three parts: Conviction, a Prayer and a Dream (she is pregnant). It was written by Leroy Clarke in April 1968.
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Description: A collection of poems from the book Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings.
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Description: This album consists of poems and sketches written by Leroy Clarke between 1965 and 1969. They are dedicated to Vera (his first wife).
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke pays tribute to the talent of a Caribbean man - Phillip (Phil) Simmons, the West Indian cricketer. He describes him as a "legitimate heir to Sir Learie" Constantine and other great West Indian cricketers. This article was published in the Trinidad Express, 27 November, 1996. It was also published in the T&T Review in 1996.
View the document Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies
Description: A thank you letter on an Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies letterhead.
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Description: This pamphlet is a close-up perspective on Leroy Clarke's exhibition Revelations II-Landscape of Consciousness." It was published in the Trinidad Guardian on 1 May, 2000."
View the document Unknown
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 for an exhibition to honour his work.
View the document Leroy Clarke painting
Description: Artist in Studio, Leroy Clarke, captured in the process of creating one of his art pieces.
View the document Watts has shown he is for the local arts
Description: A letter to the editor, written by Lancelot Layne, in defence of Trinidad and Tobago Television’s general manager Roy Watts' purchase of a painting from Leroy Clarke's "Douens" series for TT$90, 000.
View the document Leroy Clarke 1992
Description: This drawing, done in 1992, is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
View the document Art in progress
Description: An album page consisting of four images of LeRoy Clarke, taken at different angles, in the act of creating one of his paintings.
View the document Who is Ettylene?
Description: LeRoy Clarke's insight into the woman who was the muse for his book of poetry entitled: Eyeing de Word-Love Poems for Ettylene.
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Description: This poem, written by Leroy Clarke in August 1968, is a semi-biographical poem which explains the transformation or breakthrough of the poet.
View the document 1975 Taste of Endless Fruit
Description: This 1975 drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste of Endless Fruit." It was part of an exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 to honour Clarke's work.
View the document Invitation to a Leroy Clarke exhibition
Description: An invitation to an exhibition by Leroy Clarke from the National Commercial Bank of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd.
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Description: Comprises the following poems from the Douens Book One: Archipelago; Gossip of no-name-no-feet and Cry.
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Description: This is a tribute to Lewis Lovelace by Leroy Clarke. Written in December 1997, this article was published in the Trinidad Express and Newsday newspapers on 5th January, 1998. Lewis Lovelace passed away in September 1998.
View the document Body on beach identified as playwright's
Description: This article describes how the body of playwright Eric Roach was found floating off Quinam Bay, South Trinidad-more than 60 miles from his Diego Martin home.
View the document Reed
Description: A brief article describing the achievements of the Caribbean artistes who performed at the "Night of Caribbean Poetry" held at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
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Description: Second in a three-part series, El Tucuche On the Labyrinth of Change was published in the "T&T Review" newspaper on 18 May 1987.
View the document Two drawings
Description: Two drawings were taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book. This book was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Leroy Clarke 1974
Description: A 1974 illustration from "Taste of Endless Fruit selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Manuscript - Taste Of Endless Fruit Illustration
Description: This Leroy Clarke drawing is from "A Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings."
View the document Side Profile Sketch
Description: This sketch of the left profile of a male head, done in 1968, is an illustration from Leroy Clarke's "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings."
View the document Retreat
Description: Written by Leroy Clarke on 14th July, 1970, this poem deals with "the ageless psalm of a morocoy - of the turtle family, a tortoise!"
View the document Taste of endless Fruit
Description: This drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
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Description: A reprinted interview with Leroy Clarke by Reverend Idris Hamid of St. Andrew's Theological College about Carnival and women's participation in it.
View the document Clarke back on the stump
Description: This newspaper article advertises Leroy Clarke's participation in a "Lecture/Poetry Reading Session at the Public Library in March 1977.
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Description: A colourful image of a human cranium, along with the author's opinion of the senseless and chatioc state of mind of those "that would guide the potential of the public", form the basis of this pamphlet.
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Description: This is a free verse poem about the effects of a disaster and it's limitless boundaries for destruction. It was written by Leroy Clarke in November 1965.
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Description: This pamphlet is a draft of an article published on 4 October 1997 in "The Independent" newspaper. In the pamphlet the author advises people of African descent that "We must take ourselves seriously."
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Description: In this collection of articles, several writers, including LeRoy Clarke himself, analyse the paintings in Clarke's exhibition "A Landscape of Consciousness" which was held from 1 to 21 May 2000.
View the document Leroy Clarke and art
Description: Black and white image of the artist and philosopher Leroy Clarke sitting on a stool in front of one of his paintings holding a drink.
View the document Art in America
Description: An overview of the failure of committees in exercising impartial judgement, particularly in relation to Afro-American Art at Cornell University's Herbert R. Johnson Museum.
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Description: In this pamphlet Derek Walcott pays tribute to Andrew Beddeau. Included also is a short critique of Leroy Clarke's work.
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Description: The document includes a collection of published and unpublished essays from Leroy Clarke. The contents include: Doh call me sugars, Towards Productivity! and 'I am your labyrinth...I am my own heir!' amongst others.
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Description: An album of images of friends and family of the artist. The images were taken at different locations and include a few art pieces, scenes of the artist practising at the theatre and him at the beach.
View the document Note from a diary of a soul in revolution
Description: A lyric poem written by Leroy Clarke on 25 May 1970. This type of poems expresses the thoughts and feelings of the poet.
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Description: A collection of handwritten personal letters and postcards to and from the artist. This was loaned to the National Library in 2009, in the form of a Blue Book, to be displayed in an exhibition to honour the Master Artist, Leroy Clarke.
View the document Eyes and Nose
Description: This abstract drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Small Brown Book
Description: A drawing taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
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Description: The contents of this pamphlet were published by the Trinidad Guardian and Newsday newspapers in February 1998.
View the document LeRoy reads from his work
Description: An announcement that Leroy Clarke, poet and painter, will read from his work at the Little Carib Theatre, in the first of a series of concerts to be held in 1975, and produced by the Trinidad Theatre Workshop.
View the document So they mock you
Description: This is a two stanza poem with a 1973 illustrative drawing. It was written by Leroy Clarke in May 1968.
View the document Scrapbook Image
Description: This image was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Red Scrapbook. The picture was part of an exhibition of the artist's work which was held at the National Library in 2009.
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke eulogises Cherrie Orr, former Jamaican High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago. The article was also published in the Trinidad Guardian and Newsday newspapers.
View the document LeRoy Clarke celebrates birthday with exhibition
Description: "In some ways when people talk about my arrogance, they are really referring to an interpretation of my presencing (sic) in the world." So said LeRoy Clarke in an interview held on his 67th birthday. He celebrated this birthday by holding an exhibition of his art work.
View the document Preparation...Studio Museum..1972
Description: An image of four paintings at the Studio Museum, Harlem, New York. This was during the groundwork prior to the Douens exhibition.
View the document LeRoy Clarke's new work a testament to his faith
Description: Leroy Clarke's latest art exhibition "Dwellings" is a new testament to his beliefs and his socio-political message.
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Description: Philosphical musings along the path to achieving El Tucuchean Awareness and Knowledge.
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Description: A free verse poem by Leroy Clarke, 1968-1969.
View the document Fragments of a Spiritual: Challenge to the monster on canvas
Description: An analysis of the paintings and drawings in Leroy Clarke's exhibition "Fragments of a Spiritual".
View the document Carnival Art is "Where We Are"
Description: Carnival Art II - "Where We Are" is an exhibition of paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, copper and textile presented by the National Carnival Commission.
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Description: A six stanza lyric poem dedicated to an unnamed woman, written by Leroy Clarke in 1968.
View the document Taste of Endless Fruit
Description: This drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
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Description: In this article LeRoy Clarke discusses art societies in small countries such as Trinidad and Tobago.
View the document Roach's death a blow to literary world
Description: Reflections on the life and work of Eric Roach, journalist, writer and critic.
View the document Taste of endless fruit 1974
Description: This 1974 drawing depicts the silhouette of a man releasing a bird. It is from Leroy Clarke's book "Taste of Endless Fruit...Love Poems and Drawings."
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Description: This four part poem by Leroy Clarke is dedicated to Ralph Campbell. It was written on 28th November 1970.
View the document Beat pan...not play pan
Description: The debate over Derek Walcott's 'Steel' continues.
View the document Unmasked
Description: A short poem on love, written by Leroy Clarke in September 1969.
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Description: Third in the El Tucuche series, the contents of this pamphlet were published by the T&T Review on 16 August 1987.
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Description: A short handwritten poem by Leroy Clarke.
View the document As if I were a stream
Description: This Leroy Clarke poem is coupled with a 1973 illustration of a human silhouette reflected in a stream.The poem was written on 15th October 1968.
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Description: This is the second book of the Douens series, and it was compiled in 1973. It includes the following poems: In a quiet way, Guava Season, Pelt Yuh Stones, and Javelin Practice.
View the document Leroy Clarke
Description: Leroy Clarke recevies assistance with one of his large canvases.
View the document Leroy Clarke
Description: A negative sheet of twelve black and white images of Leroy Clarke.
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Description: A 1990 copy of the El Tucuche Poems, for review purposes. This was completed and published in 2007 under the title "De Distance is Here: The El Tucuche Poems 1984 - 2007" with the inclusion of the Miss Deeka poem.
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Description: A short poem written by Leroy Clarke in 1967.
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Description: Script of a dialogue between a man and a woman.
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Description: Leroy Clarke describes his views on the West Indian’s treatment of “a matter as important as Art and Culture” in relation to FESTAC ‘77 in Lagos, Nigeria.
View the document Abstract 2
Description: A drawing taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Leroy 1968
Description: A 1968 drawing of a flower by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Drawing
Description: This was taken from Leroy Clarke's "Small Brown Book". It is a collection of drawings, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition to honour the Master Artist.
View the document Paintings
Description: A 1974 Elouise Loftin poem.
View the document Untitled Drawing (3)
Description: This untitled drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
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Description: A journal comprising notes on various topics such as a look at Nation Service, In the circle of El Tucuche and Labyrinth of yet in wait:oil painting.
View the document Friends of the Poet and Liberty House celebrate...Taste of Endless fruit...
Description: Friends of the Poet and Liberty House host a book party with poetry to celebrate Leroy Clarke's Taste of endless Fruit.
View the document Is the drag idea stupid?
Description: In this article the observation is made that St. Mary's College had the edge over its Queen's Royal college (QRC) rival in an area other than football or scholarship winners. That edge was the hosting of an exhibition of Leroy Clarke's work by St. Mary's College. The article also includes the text of an interview with Leroy Clarke by Therese Mills. In the interview Clarke talks about his feelings as an artist in exile. He also expresses his views on the proposed drag mall.
View the document Leroy Clarke surrounded by his art
Description: This image captures Leroy Clarke in the process of preparing for the Douens exhibition at the Studio Museum at Harlem in 1972.
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Description: The theme of "Landscape of Consciousness" is contined in LeRoy Clarke's exhibition "Syllables." This pamphlet contains both poetry and prose which discuss the idea behind Syllables. Also included in the pamphlet are pictures from "Syllables" as well as the list of painting that make up the exhibition. "Syllables" was held from 9-19 July 2002.
View the document Leroy 1971
Description: This drawing, which was done in February 1971, was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Poor girl
Description: A short poem about a poor beautiful girl, written by Leroy Clarke in May 1968.
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Description: A free verse poem made up of four stanzas. It was written by Leroy Clarke on 10 October 1968.th
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Description: A love poem in praise of the black woman (Femme Noire), written by Leroy Clarke on 25th February 1969.
View the document Cover Image 1979
Description: This 1979 drawing is the cover image from Leroy Clarke's book "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings."
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Description: Short handwritten poem.
View the document The artist and his young fans
Description: A group of children listen attentively to Leroy Clarke at The Studio Museum, Harlem.
View the document Requiem
Description: This is a short narrative poem written by Leroy Clarke in December 1969.
View the document Blood on my crown
Description: An August 1969, short, free verse poem written by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings
Description: This 1979 drawing is the cover image of Leroy Clarke's "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings."
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Description: A narrative poem written by Leroy Clarke in 1968. The poem tells the story about a young woman who tries to hide her pregnancy by tying her stomach but eventually the truth is revealed and the young woman brings disgrace to her family.
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Description: First in the series of poems entitled El Tucuche- Trinidad's second highest peak- these poems are a metaphoric illustration of the pinnacle of achievement. This article was published in May 1987 in the "T&T Review."
View the document Crowd view
Description: An aged black and white photo of a large crowd in an open field.
View the document A child and her squirrel
Description: This short poem for N.U.C. was written by Leroy Clarke in May 1968. The N.U.C or National Universities Commission was established in 1962 with the aim of delivering quality university education in Nigeria.
View the document Taste of Endless Fruit
Description: Part of this image, along with another image, was adapted for the cover of the book "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document The University of the West Indies
Description: A letter of appointment to Leroy Clarke from UWI to be a Part-time Lecturer in the Department of English.
View the document I touch you
Description: A short poem from "Taste the endless fruit...", a collection of love poems and drawings by Leroy Clarke. It was written in 1968.
View the document Leroy Clarke 1980
Description: This 1980 drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
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Description: This pamphlet celebrates Pat Bishop's work. The article was published in the Trinidad Guardian Newspaper on 9 January 2000.
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Description: A "Speech before Justice Anthony Lucky in the matter concerning Denzil Gittens, convicted self-confessed murderer." Excerpts were published in the Trinidad Express on 6 April 1998.
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Description: This poem, along with other materials, was on display at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago, as part of the Leroy Clarke exhibition in 2009.
View the document 1968 Drawing
Description: This 1968 drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste of Endless Fruit." It was part of an exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 to honour Clarke's work.
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Description: Reflections by Leroy Clarke on the occasion of Emancipation Day.
View the document Untitled Drawing (1)
Description: This untitled drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
View the document Art show impresses Manley
Description: Former Prime Minister of Jamaica Mr. Michael Manley expressed himself as "very impressed" about the one-man art exhibition by LeRoy Clarke.
View the document Untitled Painting (2)
Description: This is one of Leroy Clarke's untitled paintings from his Black Album.
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Description: Written by LeRoy Clarke, this short play deals with the parents' reactions when their daughter brings her boyfriend home to meet them.
View the document Word Blossoming
Description: A black and white illustration from Leroy Clarke's "Taste of Endless Fruit" exhibition of drawings. The drawing was done in 1978.
View the document Everyone is a poet in his own way
Description: The article includes a short biography of artist Leroy Clarke, as well as an interview with Raoul Pantin, that was recorded during one of Leroy Clarke's visit to Trinidad during Carnival.
View the document Leroy Clarke negatives
Description: A negative sheet with images of Leroy Clarke.
View the document 1968 Woman
Description: A 1968 black and white illustration from "Taste of Endless Fruit: selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document An Illustration
Description: This drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste of Endless Fruit." It was part of an exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 to honour Clarke's work.
View the document The Seer
Description: Dedicated to Derek Walcott, this poem was written by Leroy Clarke on 17th May 1970.
View the document Scrapbook Image 2
Description: This image was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Red Scrapbook. The picture was part of an exhibition of the artist's work which was held at the National Library in 2009.
View the document Leroy Clarke talks
Description: An announcement that Trinidadian artist and poet, Leroy Clarke, will give a public lecture entitled 'El Tucuche in Motion' at the National Museum in Trinidad and Tobago.
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Description: This publication is the third issue of Mwenea: Coalition Newsletter of Queensborough Community College's (QCC) Third World Students.
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Description: This hand written poem was part of a Leroy Clarke exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009.
View the document Leroy- craftsman of power and delicacy
Description: A critical analysis of Leroy's paintings from the exhibition Fragments of a Spiritual.
View the document Illustration
Description: An illustration from "Taste of Endless Fruit selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Lecture on paintings
Description: A brief description of "Fragments of a Spiritual" an exhibition by Leroy Clarke, held at the Centenary Hall, St. Mary's College in 1972.
View the document The seer
Description: A poem by Leroy Clarke dedicated to Derek Walcott.
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Description: A collection of untitled poems.
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Description: Contains the two poems "Black Truth" and "Lament, a black collage". "Black Truth" was written in October 1969, and "Lament, a Black Collage" was written on 30 November 1970.
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Description: This document contains a poem and a copyrighted 1973 drawing, both by Leroy Clarke. The poem was written on 9th Decembeer 1966.
View the document From mound to hill
Description: This 1969 love poem was written by Leroy Clarke on 14 February 1969.
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Description: Collection of untitled poems
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Description: This lyric couplet poem in two line stanzas was written by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Leroy Clarke 19-1
Description: This drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
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Description: "Unfaithful" is a narrative poem by Leroy Clarke. It tells the story of adultery as interpreted by the poet. This poem was written in October 1966.
View the document Leroy Clarke
Description: Leroy Clarke on the cover of the Sunday Guardian Magazine.
View the document Exhibition by New York-based artist
Description: A short article announcing an exhibition of LeRoy Clarke's paintings and drawings held at the Centenary Hall, St. Mary's College. The article also describes the numerous roles Clarke played - teacher, rock and roll singer, stage manager and designer - before leaving Trinidad to pursue art in New York.
View the document Leroy Clarke's Douens...
Description: A flyer for Leroy Clarke's Douens exhibition at Bishop's School Hall in Tobago.
View the document Gossip
Description: This is a short lyric poem consisting of seven lines. It was written by Leroy Clarke on 5th March 1969.
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Description: A 1998 collection of paintings and drawings by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Untitled Drawing (4)
Description: This untitled drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
View the document Quote of the day
Description: A quote by Leroy Clarke, Trinidad artist and poet.
View the document Landmark for the local drama and triumph for workshop
Description: John Mercer reviews Derek Walcott's new play "The Dream on Monkey Mountain".
View the document Kolera Kolej
Description: A black and white flyer from the Creative Arts Centre presenting the play Kolera Kolej.
View the document El Tucuche
Description: A colourful oil on canvas painting from Leroy Clarke's collection "In de Maze-A Single Line to my Soul 1981-1983."
View the document Dusk
Description: A short poem, written in 1967, by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: This five stanza poem is written in a style similar to free verse poetry.
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Description: Music transcription taken from Metallica's- "Nothing Else Matters."
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Description: This is the fourth book in the Douens Series of poems and drawings. It's contents include a Quotation from Aime Cesaire as well as the following poems: Blood on the eyelids; Me and me one; I congaree; Where Hurricane; House on two legs; Here begin.
View the document Come any-colour woman, sit
Description: A short, free verse poem, written by Leroy Clarke in February 1968.
View the document Self portrait
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
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Description: "Sanctuary" is the third part of the Pantheon series. This work was done in honour of Pat Bishop. Leroy Clarkes' article praising Pat Bishop was written in June 1996, while the exhibition was held from 2-19 July 1996.
View the document Eye
Description: This illustration is a representation of the need to perceive and understand. It was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Two Illustrations
Description: This 1975 drawing taken from "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Poet at crossroads 1971
Description: This is a black and white painting created by Leroy Clarke in 1971. It is called "Poet at Crossroads."
View the document Trinidad twilight people
Description: Article highlighting Leroy Clarke's return to Trinidad in 1976 to launch his latest portfolio of drawings, "Douens."
View the document Clarke at library March 23
Description: A lecture-poetry reading session featuring well known poet-artist-philosopher, Leroy Clarke, presented by Afroets Press, a group of young writers and artists based in Diego Martin.
View the document Manning hails artist's journey
Description: Former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Patrick Manning, visited Leory Clarke's exhibition at the Aquarela Galleries and commented on how the art reflected the journey of the artist.
View the document Every day is J'Ouvert
Description: Carnival as LeRoy Clarke describes it “invites you to turn away from the problems that engulf us and take us on loaded trips that will cure us…”
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Description: This poem is taken from the book "De Distance is Here: El Tucuche Poems 1984-2007" by Leroy Clarke. It is the first of six poems in the book.
View the document Evening Idyll
Description: This Leroy Clarke poem reflects some of the features of the romanticism style of poetry. It was written in March 1969.
View the document Ultimate
Description: This Leroy Clarke poem follows the style of Cinquain poetry, in that the flow of the poem starts off with one word and progresses by describing the title through action and expression of feelings. However it has more than five lines. It was written in November 1968.
View the document Dance to the dawn...Science
Description: A 1971 oil on canvas painting.
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Description: A paper written for the Sunday Guardian Newspaper. It starts off with a quote from the Douens series and continues with the influence of Art Societies in small countries.
View the document Leroy and friends
Description: Leroy Clarke accompanied by (left to right) Helen Ramzaran, John Kendricks, Bernard Cameron at an event presented by Afram, one of the third world Student Unions at Queensborough Community College.
View the document El Tucuche 1988
Description: This Leroy Clarke drawing depicts a 1968 sketch of a human cranium alongside a 1988 El Tucuche signature.
View the document Original sketch
Description: This was Leroy Clarke's original sketch for the set 'The Blacks' Theatre Workshop. It was done in 1966.
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Description: This article was published in the Sunday Guardian Newspaper in January 1978.
View the document Scrapbook Image 1
Description: This image was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small red Scrapbook. The picture was part of an exhibition of the artist's work which was held at the National Library in 2009.
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Description: An analysis of Leroy Clarke's work
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Description: This is a brochure for an exhibition entitled "A Retrospective" by Leroy Clarke, which was held at the National Museum and Art Gallery in Port of Spain from 7-27 November 1998.
View the document An Illustration
Description: An illustration from "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: This poem is written in the romaticism genre. In it Leroy Clarke describes the various aspects of nature and the way it all blends together. The poem was written in 1965.
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Description: A collection of untitled poems.
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Description: This is a short lyric poem that expresses the opinions of Leroy Clarke. It was written in October 1966.
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Description: Leroy Clarke expresses his views on dance, for the most part on the Humming Bird Dance Theatre.
View the document Time
Description: This incomplete short poem, written by Leroy Clarke in 1966, reflects the Romanticism poetry style.
View the document The artist mingles
Description: This picture was taken at the launch of the Fragments of A Spiritual art exhibition. It shows Leroy Clarke socialising with former Jamican Prime Minister Michael Manley, his wife Beverley Manley and the then Jamaican Minister of Finance P.J. Patterson.
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Description: Proceedings of a presentation given by Dr. J.D. Elder at the 1992 Carifesta V Symposium.
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Description: This poem includes a quote from Cesar Vallejo and is a "tribute to that African woman in whom Eye Dream...Eye Dwell"
View the document Certificate of Appreciation
Description: A certificate of appreciation from the students of the Mass Media and Communication arts classes to Leroy Clarke for participating in the one day seminar entitled "Toward a Caribbean Philosophy"
View the document We answer the call
Description: Because of the complex nature of his work, Leroy Clarke often gives people the opportunity to discuss it with him during a "gallery talk".This particular gallery talk was held during Carifesta VIII, where Leroy Clarke expressed the hope that the question of a "Caribbean Aesthetic" will always be given priority.
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Description: LeRoy Clarke is set to hold an exhibition of paintings entitled "Eyeing de Word" at the 101 Art Gallery in St Clair.
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Description: A 1989 review of a three part poem by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: The article describes a "cultural evening" put on by the Tapia Theatre and organised by Christopher Laird of the Kairi group. The show was in the form of a series of individual and collective performances by various artistes. The audience was given a "dramatic demostration of a vibrant culture."
View the document Fragments of a Spirtual:Paintings, Drawings, Poems
Description: A flyer for the 1972 exhibition of Leroy Clarke's paintings and drawings at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
View the document Leroy Clarke
Description: The author describes Leroy Clarke's work and compares his "Dynamism in Art" to Wilfredo Lam of Cuba, and Picasso. He further states that "the recognition of this artist's talent remains limited, like the proverbial prophet, in his own country"
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Description: Revision of the Douens series of poems from 1973-1975.
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Description: Black Truth is taken from "Taste the endless fruit... ", a collection of love poems and drawings by Leroy Clarke. It was written in October 1969.
View the document And these mutes
Description: This short lyrical poem, written by Leroy Clarke, consists of three stanzas. It was written on 25th November 1968.
View the document Leroy Clarke 1971
Description: This drawing, done in March 1971, taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Untitled Drawing (2)
Description: This untitled drawing is from Leroy Clarke's Manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
View the document Cover Image 1974
Description: This 1974 black and white illustration was adapted for the cover of the book "Taste of Endless Fruit...Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: An article written by LeRoy Clarke for the Trinidad Guardian newspaper, wo March 1978. The article is a critique of Earl Lovelace's play "Jestina's Calypso."
View the document Clarke gets his throne
Description: Leroy Clarke gets elaborate celebrations for his enthronement as Chief Ifa Oje Won Yomi Abiodon.
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Description: This critical analysis of Leroy Clarke's poem "El Tucuche" was written by Winston Riley in 1988. The publication includes an excerpt from "El Tucuche."
View the document Sketch of Woman
Description: An original sketch of a side portrait of a woman with her arms crossed in front of her. It was by created Leroy Clarke in 1968.
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Description: A 1967 poem by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: This hand written poem was part of a Leroy Clarke exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009.
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Description: This descriptive lyric poem was written by Leroy Clarke on 28th February 1969.
View the document 1970 Leroy Clarke
Description: Similar to his 1968 drawing, this sketch by Leroy Clarke depicts a woman with an infant in a traditional baby carrier, attached to her back. The drawing was done in 1970.
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Description: In this pamphlet Leroy Clarke expresses his opinion about Trinidad and Tobago being a "rainbow country" and the assumption that its people live in harmony. This article was also published in the Trinidad Express on 4 November, 1997.
View the document 1980 Taste of Endless Fruit
Description: This 1980 drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste of Endless Fruit." It was part of an exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 to honour Clarke's work.
View the document Scrapbook Image 3
Description: This image was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Red Scrapbook. The picture was part of an exhibition of the artist's work which was held at the National Library in 2009.
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Description: A personal collection of images of Leroy Clarke including a few of his art pieces.
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Description: This speech, delivered by Leroy Clarke at the 27th Annual Conference of I.A.P.C.R.O. (International Association of Policing Community Relations Officers), was published in the Trinidad Guardian on 16th October 1998.
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Description: Written by LeRoy Clarke to honour Allan Harris, the contents of this pamphlet were also published in the Trinidad Express, 4 September 1997, p. 9, and the Trinidad Review, 4th Quarter, 1997.
View the document A net is tightening about me
Description: Short poem written by Leroy Clarke in 1966.
View the document My room
Description: This short poem was written by Leroy Clarke in 1967.
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Description: Third in the series Labyrinth of Change, this essay was published in the T&T Review Newspaper on August 16, 1987.
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Description: First published in the Sunday Express, 3 October 1982 under the title "There is no humour now. All is falling down-at last", this pamphlet is the second part of a two-part discourse in which Leroy Clarke reflects on the state of Trinidad and Tobago society as the twin island state celebrates 20 years of independence.
View the document That love which knows no question
Description: A six line lyric poem about the search for the elusive love. This poem was written by Leroy Clarke on 14 February 1969.
View the document I have loved a dream
Description: This Leroy Clarke poem was written in 1979. It can be found on the back cover of the book "Taste of Endless Fruit-A Selection of love poems and drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
open this document and view contents View the PDF document Collected essays and letters on the works of Leroy Clarke
Description: A collection of reviews on the works of Leroy Clarke by various writers and experts in the creative arts.
View the document Leroy Clarke at work
Description: Leroy captured working at the Studio Museum, Harlem, New York in 1972.
View the document Pride
Description: A short poem written by Leroy Clarke in 1965.
View the document Douens
Description: This flyer, which advertises an exhibition of Leroy Clarke's work, shows a sketch of a Douen, as interpreted by the artist. The Douen is a character in Trinidad and Tobago folklore. Douens are said to be the roaming spirits of babies who die before they are christened. Their faces have no features and their feet are turned backwards.
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Description: This pamphlet is the first part of a two-part discourse in which Leroy Clarke reflects on the state of Trinidad and Tobago society as the twin island state celebrates 20 years of independence.
View the document The maybe of our homecoming
Description: Winston Riley's tribute to Ralph Leonard Errol Jones. It also includes an article by Leroy Clarke entitled "Elder Warner's abundance offers solitude".
View the document Taste of endless fruit
Description: A review of Leroy Clarke's collection of love poems and drawings, with extracts from the "Douens" collection of poems.
View the document He devoted his life to writing
Description: Several representatives of Government, the media, and the artistic and literary field paid their last respects to playwright-author-poet, Eric Roach.
View the document Manuscript-Taste Of Endless Fruit
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste Of Endless Fruit."
View the document Local artist returns to New York
Description: This article informs the reader that top Trinidad-born artist Leroy Clarke returned to New York after a brief vacation spent with relatves in Gonzales, Port of Spain. A short biography of Leroy Clarke is also included in the article.
View the document Leroy Clarke 'passes the knife'
Description: Leroy Clarke speaks to Express reporter Compton Delph at the Blue Haven Hotel after the convention, "Art '84, Tobago."
View the document Moonlight N.Y. 4.a.m.
Description: Written on 6th November 1968, this Leroy Clarke poem describes the night life in New York City, and how the poet is missing the fresh air back home.
View the document 1968 Illustration
Description: A 1968 illustration from "Taste of Endless Fruit: A Selection of Love Poems and Drawings" by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: A short narrative poem, written by Leroy Clarke in 1967.
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Description: This poem was written by Leroy Clarke on 13th November 1969.
View the document Oh Leroy, how yuh abstract so?
Description: Leroy Clarke makes one of his intermittent visits during Carnival and was "terribly scandalised and shaken by what he saw and heard at Carnival time."
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Description: This article written by LeRoy Clarke for the Sunday Guardian newspaper, 20 November 1977. It describes the importance of dance to the human spirit. It also discusses the state of the Hummingbird Dance Theatre when it celebrated its fifteenth anniversary in 1977.
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Description: This narrative poem describes the "object of cheap love" that indiscriminately provided dreams for a lonely man. It was written by Leroy Clarke in 1966.
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Description: A lyric couplet poem in the two line stanza format by Leroy Clarke.
View the document 1970 Drawing
Description: An abstract drawing created in 1970 by the Master Artist, Leroy Clarke. It is one of several drawings in his Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 for an exhibition to honour his work.
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Description: Commentary on the issue of the National Library. This article was published as "Put People Before Politicians, Eye Say" in the Sunday Express Newspaper, 14 September 1997.
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Description: This is part one of the Leroy Clarke poem "The Distance is Here."
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Description: A four part poem by Leroy Clarke, written in August 1968.
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Description: This is the eulogy for Edgar Cleon Wilson, delivered by Leroy Clarke on 18 February 1999.
View the document Untitled Painting (1)
Description: This untitled painting is part of artist Leroy Clarke's collection.
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Description: Leroy Clarke dramatises a religious ceremony in Laventille. This poem was written on 17th November 1966.
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Description: Leroy Clarke's poem "Deliquescent Season" was published, along with five other poems, in the 2007 book entitled "De Distance is Here: The El Tucuche Poems 1984-2007."
View the document Key
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Face
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document 1978 Drawing
Description: This 1978 drawing is from Leroy Clarke's manuscript "Taste of Endless Fruit." It was part of an exhibition held at the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 to honour Clarke's work.
View the document Douens
Description: A flyer for the Douens series of poems, drawings and paintings from 1973 to 1975 by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Studio Museum features LeRoy Clarke collection
Description: According to this article, the Studio Museum in Harlem exhibited a collection of 70 paintings and drawings by Trinidadian artist, LeRoy Clarke. The collection, entitled "Fragments of the Spiritual", displayed pieces from 1969 to 1972.
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Description: Trinidad and Tobago Television's (TTT) General Manager Roy Watts receives the Leroy Clarke painting "Queen of the Bands" which now hangs in the foyer of Television House, headquarters of Trinidad and Tobago Television (TTT).
View the document Leroy Clarke 1983
Description: A 1983 illustration by Leroy Clarke.
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Description: A green Vaccination certificate for a Belgion Shepherd female dog.
open this document and view contents View the PDF document Taste of endless fruit...Love poems and drawings
Description: This drawing by Leroy Clarke is on the front and back cover of his book "Taste of Endless Fruit."
open this document and view contents View the PDF document El Tucuche: first in the series-I am your labyrinth... I am my own heir
Description: This essay is the first in a three-part series. It was published by the T&T Review Newspaper in May 1987.
View the document Leroy Clarke Collection
Description: This abstract drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
View the document Leroy 1970
Description: A 1970 drawing with a black border illustrating the top half of a woman. It was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago in 2009 for an exhibition to honour the work of the artist.
View the document Douens at the Trinity Cathedral
Description: An advertisement for Leroy Clarke's Douens exhibition at the Trinity Cathedral on 17th February 1978.
View the document Leroy Clarke
Description: This black and white image of the Master Artist Leroy Clarke was taken from a collection of photos loaned to the National Library for an exhibition in his honour in 2009.
View the document Leroy Clarke working
Description: The artist poses for a picture while at work.
View the document Trumpet solo, mine
Description: This poem is a three stanza lyric poem by Leroy Clarke.
View the document Leroy Clarke: Fossil of memory
Description: The article describes Leroy Clarke's journey to his idea of The Poet. It mentions his exhibition at the Aquarela Galleries and describes it as "one phase in one movement of a gigantic epic which has been in progress for nearly quarter of a century."
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Description: In this Leroy Clarke poem, a mother scolds her son for his delinquency and lack of ambition, and wonders if she is bewitched. The poem was written in August 1968, and is dedicated to Louise and Cecilia.
View the document El Tucuche
Description: A flyer for the El Tucuche series of work with a sketch of a human like figure.
View the document Go Go Trinidad
Description: This drawing was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Brown Book, which was loaned to the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago for an exhibition in honour of the Master Artist.
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Description: A small collection of biographies of different artists including Leroy Clarke.
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Description: This is a scrapbook entitled Emotions. It includes a collection of photos, poems, drawings and newspaper articles.
View the document Scrapbook Image 4
Description: This image was taken from Leroy Clarke's Small Red Scrapbook. The picture was part of an exhibition of the artist's work which was held at the National Library in 2009.
open this document and view contents View the PDF document Art the Carrot or Thighbone
Description: This pamphlet focuses on Leroy Clarke’s advice about art and how it should not be engaged in carelessly since it is “no past time or part-time activity”.
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Description: David G. Brizan's interview with Leroy Clarke. David also wrote the article "Le Roy Clarke and Douens."
View the document A sun is rising, but the shadows lengthen...
Description: "A sun is rising on this people...Oh, if only we clean our ears, open our eyes, shed the callouses from our tongues, uproot the thickets in our nostrils and burn our terrible hands, its magnificent light will flood us!" An excerpt from an article written by LeRoy Clarke.
open this document and view contents View the PDF document At the End of the Small Hours
Description: This pamphlet contains a poem in honour of Earl Warner. It was also published in the Trinidad Guardian Newspaper in December 1998.
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Description: Leroy Clarke expresses his opinion about the decision of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association to hire a foreign coach to train the national football team.
View the document Taste of endless fruit...Love poems and drawings
Description: This 1974 image was also illustrated on the cover of the book Taste of endless fruit...Love Poems and Drawings.
View the document The eye sees the surface only
Description: A short poem from, Taste the endless fruit... a collection of love poems and drawings. Written by Leroy Clarke on 3rd February 1969.
View the document Your love has butterfly wings
Description: A short poem from, Taste the endless fruit... a collection of love poems and drawings by Leroy Clarke, written on 23rd October 1968.
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Description: This is the first issue of WITT News (West Indian Theatre Toronto). The articles and poems discuss issues and problems faced by people of African descent in the Caribbean, Canada, Africa and elsewhere - issues such as racism, economic exploitation, politics, human rights, art, culture, family and the sometimes fragile relationship between the sexes.
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Description: Written for key Caribbean Publications, this article discusses the evolution and demise of the African culture and carnival over the years.
View the document Combining the beauty of dance and poetry
Description: Leroy Clarke poet-artist and Cyril St. Louis dancer-choreographer combined their creative genius and held a workshop at the Teachers Training College.
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Description: A short handwritten poem
open this document and view contents View the PDF document Lavantee
Description: This poem about Laventille was written in 1967. Laventille is located to the east of the city of Port of Spain in Trinidad.
View the document Leroy Clarke and Michael Manley
Description: A black and white image framed with a blue border of Leroy Clarke with former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley.


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