Collection: Jean-Claude Legagneur (Haitian, b.1947)

Jean-Claude Legagneur was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on January 17, 1947. He's a figurative painter.  A self-developed style of painting that, at times, combines a nuance of Impressionism, Pop Art, and Abstractionism. Jean-Claude left Haiti to study Art at the Student League of New York and the Brooklyn Museum until 1974. He has exhibited from 1974 around the world. He was honored by the Governor of New York, Governor George Pataki. He was commissioned to paint a 65 foot Mural in JFK Airport in New York City, Commissioned to paint The Queen of Spain Sofia, Kofi Anan, Princess Grace of Monaco. His art is in collecting the Vatican, Palace of Spain, Admiral Club Miami International Airport. Fortune Magazine, New York Times, The Miami Herald have articles about him. Please scroll down to make your selection(s)!