Collection: Wilmino Domond (Haitian, 1925-2006)

Wilmino Domond was born in Jacmel in 1925. He passed away in Haiti on April 16, 2006, which renders his work very rare, especially his early pieces. He belongs to the second generation of painters of Haiti. His cousin, the late old master of Haitian artist, Castera Bazile inspired him to join the art world. His work belongs to the Figge Museum of Art's permanent collections in Iowa and the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut. The selections below are old pieces and rare to find. Please scroll down to browse!
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  • Wilmino Domond 22"x12" The Vision/Dream Oil on Masonite 2001 #4GN-HA
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  • Wilmino Domond 16"x24" To The Market Oil on Masonite #3GN-HA
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  • Wilmino Domond 48"x16" Imploration Oil on Masonite #5-3-96GN-HA
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  • Wilmino Domond 12"x36" Voodoo Ceremony Oil on Masonite 1970 #1GN-HA
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