Etienne Chavannes

Etienne Chavannes (1939-2018) 24"x30" 1990 "Reunion Femme d"Haiti En Vue De Trouver Une Solution Pour Haiti" Oil on Board #1MFN Price On Request

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This original painting is signed by the late famous painter Etienne Chavannes from the workshop of Philome Obin. It depicts a flag ceremony about a reunion of women to solve Haiti's issues. It is sold unframed and in good condition. Normal wear and tear due to old age. 

Haitian painter, Étienne Chavannes from the workshop of Philome Obin was born in Cap Haïtien in 1939 and passed away on August 18, 2018.  Chavannes typically paints crowd scenes, such as religious celebrations, funerals, and sports events. In 1978, the Brooklyn Museum in New York City exhibited his works. "Chavannes inherited very personal style from the Cap Haitian tradition. He most often depicts daily chores in the country" says the art critic and author Gérald Alexis in his book "Peintres Haitiens".  Buy the Book Now!

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This original painting is signed by the late famous painter Etienne Chavannes from the workshop of Philome Obin. It depicts a flag ceremony about a reunion of women to solve Haiti's issues. It is sold unframed and in good condition. Normal wear and tear due to old age. 

Haitian painter, Étienne Chavannes from the workshop of Philome Obin was born in Cap Haïtien in 1939 and passed away on August 18, 2018.  Chavannes typically paints crowd scenes, such as religious celebrations, funerals, and sports events. In 1978, the Brooklyn Museum in New York City exhibited his works. "Chavannes inherited very personal style from the Cap Haitian tradition. He most often depicts daily chores in the country" says the art critic and author Gérald Alexis in his book "Peintres Haitiens".  Buy the Book Now!

Interested in Purchasing This stunning piece? Click Here To Request Price!  Own a piece of art by this artist? Each piece is unique. Get the actual estimated market value of yours Now! How Does It Work?

Want to know more about the wonderful art of Haiti? BUY NOW Your Haitian Art Book!

Can't find what you are looking for? Click Here To Ask Us!

Current Stock: 1
Condition: New
Width: 24.00
Height: 30.00
SKU: CHAVANNESETIENNE1MFN

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