This is an adorable Unique contemporary painting of a mother tending to the needs of her son. They are wearing colorful garments of African origin. It is in great condition. The large painting is vivid in color and would brighten any room. It has a couple thin surface scratches about the size of a quarter in the red area top center and a few light areas of paint that is thinner that is by the artist name. Other then this I do not see any more scratches, holes or tears. The painting measures 24 inches tall and 30 inches wide. Set in an old gold frame that measures 28-1/2 inches tall and 34-1/2 inches wide. Frame is still in great condition for its 1930’s age.
Trevor Romain is not only a talented artist, he is also an accomplished child author, guest speaker and humanitarianism. Trevor regularly appears on radio and TV. His award-winning video collection, in which he is the leading character, received the Cine Golden Eagle Awards for 2005 and was endorsed by the KID'S FIRST Coalition for Quality Kid's Media and School Library Journal. Children are encouraged to watch for Trevor on Saturday morning PBS TV, starting in the Fall 2007. Recently, he has become an ambassador for the United Nations and has traveled to many refugee camps where he can be found huddled with the children, giving them hope and personal strength during such extraordinary difficult circumstances.
Trevor Romain, Black African Mother and Sons Acrylic Painting Signed by Artist