In the early twenties Florence explores first Trinidad then Jamaica in her discoveries in the Caribbean, A watercolour, signed, C -1922, private collection
One really gets the sense of the place and the light in this created street scene. A watercolour, signed, C - 1923, private collection
We get a view of history, in this village scene from Trinidad, over the next few years she visits the Caribbean many times. watercolour, signed, C -1921, private collection
A later work, likely created from one of her sketches, back in the Ottawa studio. oil on canvas, signed, 1928, private collection
As with many of her oils this may have been a studio work, the light is exquisite, unknown if its Trinidad or Jamaica. An oil on canvas, signed, C -1922, private collection
Another likely studio work we think Jamaica really captures the life locals. An oil on canvas, unsigned, 1929, Donated to the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery at Queens Universities, in their permanent collection, by her family.
One of her first trips to the Caribbean in the twenties, we might see influence of a painter she admired, Canadian J.W. Morrice, watercolour C - 1921 signed Private Collection
The locals selling their wares in the port area, watercolour and gouache 1923, signed Private Collection
A going concern when Florence painted it, an historic site today, watercolour 1923, signed part of the permanent collection at the PAMA Gallery in Peel donated by Al Rain
A church in the evening light with an impressive stained glass window, watercolour 1925, signed Private Collection
Likely from a sketch created later in her Ottawa studio oil, 1925, signed Private Collection
A simpler but pretty painting typical of the swaying palms she enjoys creating in her tropical works, watercolour 1925, signed Private Collection
The range in the background seems similar to other paintings but this one feels unfinished, watercolour and pencil signed 1924
The figures in this painting reminds this writer of some of J.W. Mortice's figures from his works in Trinidad, the same scene was also done in oil both are likely from the studio, this watercolour signed 1925, Private Collection
This colourful delightfully warm painting makes you want to drop in for a visit, watercolour and gouache signed 1923, Private Collection
Not sure which island probably from a sketch she brought back to the studio, oil signed 1923, Private Collection
A bit of a sea rolling in on this day in Barbados,watercolour signed 1923, Private Collection
The colours and the palm trees of the streets of the Port of Spain, watercolour unsigned c - 1920, Private Collection
A recently discovered market scene this oil is unsigned and C - 1920s, Private Collection
Waves washing over the rocks, at this unknown location on the Trinidad coast, watercolour, signed C - 1921, Private Collection
The exact location of this tranquil scene is not known, a watercolour, signed, C - 1920s, Private Collection
One of the numerous scenes with no precise locations, the light in this painting gives us a sense of the warmth to the tropical day depicted in this painting. A watercolour, signed, C - 1920s, Private Collection
We suspect this interesting image of clouds to be a Caribbean location but there are no descriptions verso. this watercolour, signed C - 1920s, Private Collection
Another painting whose exact location is hard to determine, But typical of the tropical scenes she observed. A watercolour, signed, C - 1920s, Private Collection
This painting is a further refinement of a sketch, rather loosely executed, watercolour and gouache, signed, 1925, Private Collection
This vibrant cloud covered mountain we suspect to be in Trinidad , watercolour, signed, 1920, Private Collection
Nets drying and boats resting as the catch is unloaded on this unknown beach, interesting lighting in this beautiful painting, oil, signed, 1925, Private Collection
Sailboats pass close to the island in this charming picturesque view, watercolour, signed, 1920, Private Collection
The odd shaped rock and ominous sky must have caught Florence's interest in this shoreline scene, watercolour signed with ARCA verso, 1924, Private Collection
This precise painting is the second version of one shown earlier in this gallery, it is a subtle masterpiece, oil, signed C - 1925, Private Collection
An early drawing from one of her first trips to the Caribbean that included Barbados and Trinidad. coloured pencil, initialed, C -1919, permanent collection Agnes Etherington Gallery, Queens University, Kingston
A simple scene from a later trip to the B.W. I., watercolour. signed, C - 1924, Private Collection
A women appears to be coming up the path from the beach, coloured pencil, title and date 1922 verso, Private Collection
An outside cook over for a tropical climate, coloured pencil, signed, C - 1924, Private Collection
Precise in its execution, this scene gives us a real sense of the vegetation, believed to be Jamaica a lovely oil, signed, C - 1928, Private Collection
There are a couple of trips to Bermuda after the war, they seem more of a vacation than working trips. She was accompanies by her sister Catherine. The monograms a sign of earlier work, watercolour, monogram, no date, Private Collection
A typical village scene, from the British West Indies, a watercolour and pencil, signed, 1921, Whitby Library Collection, donated by Artists relative.
A scene of local life in an unknown Caribbean village, likely Jamaica coloured pencil, signed, 1925, Private Collection.
One of the many depictions of locals going about their business in Jamaica, pastel and coloured pencil, signed, 1926, Private Collection.
Rich white sand covers this tranquil beach in Barbados, watercolour and gouache, signed, 1923, Private Collection.
A warm charming scene of a beach we do not know, suspected to be Jamaica, oil, signed, C -1925, Private Collection.
People pass on the road to Maudville, in the warm midday sun, coloured pencil, signed, 1924, Private Collection.