Login  |  View Cart  |  Register  |  Search

Artist of the Week: Gerald Bloncourt

From the Save A Museum Art Collection

Gerald Bloncourt is a photographer, an artist and a poet. He was exiled from Haiti in 1946 for his participation in the students’ revolt with Jacques Stephen Alexis and René Depestre, He was a cofounder of the Centre d’Art in Port-au-Prince and his inspiration has remained his native country. His work has been shown in France, Haiti and in the U.S.A.

All the artwork that appear here was donated by artists and collectors to raise funds for the Musee d'Art Haitien in Port-au-Prince Haiti. For questions and information: Tel: (917) 499-3638 Email: ToussaintLouvertureFoundation@gmail.com
View Cart
 

Gerald Bloncourt

Bel Air
Digigraphie Papier A3
12.5"x18"
1943

$700.00

   Add to Cart

Elisabeth Moscoso Piquion

Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
20"x24"
2002

$800.00

   Add to Cart

Emmanuel Merisier

Emmanuel Merisier born in 1929, joined the Foyer des Arts Plastiques around 1952, and the Galerie Brochette in 1957. Later, his visits to museums and artistic circles of New York turned him towards a more modern style such as Chagall's and Rouault's. He is sometimes inspired by voodoo, but he especially paints still lives and interior scenes. In 1991, he took part in an exhibit at Selden Rodman’s home. His work is in the permanent collection of the Waterloo Museum of Art in Iowa.
MERISIER_Emmanuel_The_Weeping_Drum.JPG The Weeping Drum
Acrylic on canvas
30"x24"
1979

$2,000.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Saint-Jean Saint-Juste

Saint-Jean Saint-Juste who was born in 1954 in Seguin in the south-east of Haiti, was a carpenter before working for Tiga. In 1972, he participated in the creation of the Saint Soleil movement which was at first called Poisson Soleil. Saint Juste remained faithfully attached to Jean-Claude Garoute until his death in 2005.. Saint Juste’s voice remained direct and spontaneous.

Untitled
Oil on canvas
24"x20"
2011

$600.00

   Add to Cart

Colette Bresilla

Colette Bresilla concentrates on the female figure, especially the Japanese Geisha, and explores and explodes traditional conceptions of women, presenting the viewer with figures who appeal and confound them. Her work has been exhibited in Grenada and the USA. It is part of the permanent collections of many institutions such as the Gallery Z in Providence RI, Tufts University, Logan International Airport and the Massachusetts State House.
Geisha Francaise
Oil on canvas
12"x16" 2014
Moderne Geisha
Oil on canvas
12"x16" 2014

$1,500.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Robert Paret

Robert Paret studied architecture and worked in his profession for several years before dedicating himself to painting. Paret feels much more liberated as an artist and has participated in exhibits in Haiti, Canada and in France among other places. He has served as director of the Musée du Panthéon National Haitien (MUPANAH).
Idiotisme I
Acrylic on canvas
16"x20"
2002

$450.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Patricia Brintle

Patricia Brintle is a self-taught artist whose colorful style reflects her native land; she favors bright, vivid and vibrant colors and uses much symbolism in her work. Her works are shown throughout the US and grace the covers of books and magazines. Her religious work, The First Mother, traveled with the Black Madonna Exhibit at the National Museum of Catholic Art and History.

Our Lady of Guadalupe - Our Hope
Acrylic on canvas
36"x24"
2011

$1,900.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Franketienne

Franketienne started to paint in 1972 and immediately found himself part of the Acting Painting style. His work reflects the existential problems of Haitian people and is often an echo of the naturals and political events of his country. He is first a colorist who doesn’t look for beautiful forms, he first tries to stir our emotions. His painting remains within what he calls literally Spiralisme. His work has been shown in Europe, in Japan the USA and the Caribbean.

Untitled
Mixed Media
60"x36"
2011

$5,000.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Denise Felix

Denise Felix’s style is abstract-expressionist. She uses acrylic, oils, crayons, watercolor, found objects, wood, canvas and masonite board. She studies at the Art Students League of New York. In 2010 she won the Blue Dot “Second prize” at the Art Student League. She is the niece of Haitian master Lafortune Felix.
Composition 7 with cross
Acrylic on canvas
20"x16"
2013

$450.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Jonas Allen

Jonas Allen visited the masters' studios of the Academy of the Beaux Arts in Haiti often where the primitive masters taught him a great deal of their techniques. After he emigrated to United States, he took classes and read extensively to complete his higher education. Jonas Allen’s artwork hangs in many private collections and galleries throughout the globe.
Reminiscence
Acrylic on canvas
37"x32"
2007

$6,000.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Marie Therese Dupoux (Maritou)

Marie-Thèrèse Dupoux (Maritou), sometimes using her paintings as a cry of revolt, denounces the problems and the unbearable conditions of life in the Haitian society. She paints but also does ceramics, sculpture and jewelry. She has participated in group and solo exhibits in the USA, Canada, Europe and the Caribbean.
La rivière rouge
Acrylic on canvas
24"x36"
2004

$2,500.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Engels

ENGELS uses many objects for his art, from scraps of wood found in the streets of Brooklyn to polished stones picked up on the Mediterranean coastline in France. His work is frequently recognized for its innovation and independence from all narrow traditions.

Spring is Coming
Oil stick, Chinese ink pastel chalk
20"x16"
2011

$1,200.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Renold Laurent

Rénold Laurent at first used the primitive style. When he moved to Port-au-Prince, he met many artists among them Tiga and conducted technical researches that took him from realism to much more abstract constructions, while still playing with compositions where he could give free rein to his imagination.

Untitled
Mixed media
30"x24"
2012

$700.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Eric Girault

Eric Girault is one of the best Haitian impressionist painters. He joined the Galerie Brochette in 1959 then the Foyer des Arts Plastiques in 1967. He had his first exhibit in 1973 at the Nader Art Gallery and has participated in numerous solo and group exhibits in several countries notably at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in 1978.

The Prayer
Acrylic on canvas
5"x 7"
2010

$850.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Guy Syllien

“I refer to my work as confrontational and engaging. It is intended to place us face to face with the cruel and obscene realities such as, social injustice, prejudice, misery and all the sufferings that we endure in our every day’s life. Therefore, I use my artistic skills, neither for financial game, nor to reach stardom, but to document and confront the system.” Guy Syllien

Loud Silence
Mixed Media on canvas
22"x18" 2012

$2,500.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Arlene Magloire

Arlene Magloire is a multi dimensional artist who has traveled extensively around the world. This has influenced the moods and themes of her art but her Haitian heritage is always present in her subjects and her vibrant colors.

Liberty
Mixed Media & Acrylic on canvas
31"x24"
2015

$800.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Gontran Durocher

Gontran DUROCHER attended l’École des Beaux Arts in Haiti, studied at the Escuela Libre de Mexico, and took classes at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has taken part in many exhibits in Canada, Haiti and in the USA, including at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and at the Whitney museum.

Envoutement
Acrylic on canvas
24"x16"
2009

$800.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Gino Tintin

Gino, Eddy and Rene Tintin are part of a family of haitian artists.. They took classes at the National School of the Arts (ENARTS) and their style is influenced by the School of Beauty.

Untitled
2011
Acrylic on canvas
39.5 x 29.5 inches

$1,500.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Eddy Tintin

Untitled
2011
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 13 inches

$800.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Rene Tintin

Untitled
2011
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 16 inches

$1,200.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

Francois Gracia

François R. Gracia’s vivid and realistic still lives, his live scenes and his portraits raise the admiration of art lovers all over the world. A combination of Neoclassicism, Lyrical Romanticism and Symbolism define his artistic expression. 

Service Loa
Acrylic on canvas 16"x20" 1980

$2,000.00

S&H - Continental US Only
   Add to Cart

View Cart
powered by Doodlekit™ Website Builder