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George's Historical Society Museum and other galleries throughout Bermuda.A wife of a former Governor (Lady Laffan) and wife (Lady Lefroy) and daughter of another (Emily Lefroy) contributed their own unique talents in recording scenes of Bermuda in watercolors and oils.These causes have been revealed for the first time in recently unsealed diaries from the AGO Archival Collection and letters from Bush to the influential New York critic Clement Greenberg, which are held by the Smithsonian Institution. George's" and "Ships Rounding Spanish Point" both of about 1932, were on the market in Bermuda in 2000 for ,500 each. Born in Dewsbury, he emigrated to New York City where friends from the Art Students League encouraged him, age 23, to paint at Old Lyme, Connecticut.This experience redirected him from portrait and figure subjects to landscapes.In 1943, Life Magazine referred to Davis "the best illustrator in America. Born in 1789 (another source states he was born in 1791 and died in 1852).His brother Hal was a published poet in London in the early 19th century and the family donated many family letters and art to the Cambridge University Library. Thomas Driver first went to Spain, then Bermuda from England on HMS Romulus in June 1814.Benefactors have allowed the Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda National Trust and Masterworks Foundation to get many of their paintings. His known Bermuda paintings include "Oleander on a Sunlit Path" of 1910 shown below and the oil "Cottage Garden with Flowers" circa 1915.
As a war-time painting, it shows how Bermuda was then militarily "occupied" by British, American and Canadian military personnel.He never had art training but established a reputation as an artist.It is likely, although not proven, he may have painted the fine artwork below of HMS Romulus.The demands of work and his struggles with the parochial attitudes of the art establishment led to pressures that affected his life and his art.The inner turmoil he suffered is well documented in the paintings themselves, but the underlying causes of his distress have been less understood. From Massachusetts, he featured prominently in the Masterworks Bermudiana book (pages 178-181) edited by the late Patricia Calnan. His small post impressionist paintings "Catching Bait off St.