Haitian Painters: Jean-Claude Garoute, Alexandre Grégoire, Stevenson Magloire, Frankétienne, Seymour Etienne Bottex, Lyonel Laurenceau, Arijac
General Books LLC, 2010 - 122 pages
Chapters: Jean-Claude Garoute, Alexandre Gr goire, Stevenson Magloire, Frank tienne, Seymour Etienne Bottex, Lyonel Laurenceau, Arijac, Antonio Joseph, Jean-Baptiste Jean, Gesner Abelard, Luckner Lazard, Wilson Bigaud, Villard Denis, Gerald Bloncourt, Nehemy Jean, Gesner Armand, Jacques-Enguerrand Gourgue, Saint-Louis Blaise, Dieudonn C dor, Eug ne Jean, Marie-Jos Nadal-Gard re, Gisou Lamothe, Eric Jean-Louis, Peterson Laurent, Fabolon Blaise, Edith Hollant, Petion Savain, Gabriel Alix, Jean-Ren J r me, Ralph Allen, Philippe Dodard, Ludovic Booz, Henry-Robert Br sil, Georges Hector, Roland Dorcely, Jacques Gabriel, Castera Bazile, Jean-Baptiste Bottex, Etienne Chavannes, Henri Jean-Louis, Rose-Marie Desruisseau, Serge Mol on Blaise, Ralph Chapoteau, Roland Blain, Guy Joachim, Maurice Borno, Jean-Claude Castera, Jackson Ambroise, Max Gerbier, Abner Dubic, Nicolas Dreux, Bourmond Byron, Georges Auguste, Gervais Emmanuel Ducasse, Montas Antoine. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 121. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Jean-Claude "Tiga" Garoute (December 9, 1935 December 2006) was a Haitian painter and sculptor. Born in J r mie, Garoute co-founded a museum of ceramic art in Haiti named Poto-Mitan. An abstract painter, he participated in art festivals throughout the world. Tiga and Maud Guerdes Robard founded the Saint-Soleil post-na ve school of Haitian painting. The school was born when they offered farmers in Soisson-La-Montagne, a rural area near Port-au-Prince, drawing and painting materials. Out of the movement came such painters as Levoy Exil, Louisiane St-Fleurant (), St-Jean, and Dieuseul Paul to name a few. The movement drew the eye of French author Andr Malraux who dedicated a chapter to it in his book L'Intemporel. Tiga also created Kaytiga, a gallery and cultural center ...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=7929290
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