This beautiful 16"x12" painting is duly signed by the renown Haitian artist, Claude Dambreville. It depicts a figurative Haitian market scene of an animated fight between two sellers over their merchandises. It is an acrylic on Canvas dated 2018, sold unframed. "Dambreville's work is essentially based on the play of shadow and light" (Peintres Haitiens by Gerald Alexis).(Peintres Haitiens by Gerald Alexis). To get the book, click Here!
Claude Dambreville was born in Port-au-Prince on December 17, 1934. He studied accounting and worked for some months as a trainee at the “ Haiti Journal” newspaper. He was also the director of a broadcasting station “ Radio Tropiques” for ten years. Author of over 100 tales and short stories,he is also a humorous writer. He studied drawing and painting at the School ABC in Paris, at the Art Center, and with his father in-law, the late Haitian artist Pétion Savain. He has exhibited internationally, and his work is referred in all major Haitian art books.
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