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Trinidad & Tobago: The Faces of Heroes

Samuel ‘Boy’ Walrond is the most remarkable artist in Trinidad and Tobago that you probably do not know exists. That he has never been nationally recognised for his ability, or…the epic span of his life’s work, is an example of society’s failure to identify and honour its heroes.

Repeating Islands republishes an article on the sculptor, who has passed away at 95.

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