Jean-Baptiste Bottex (1918-1979) 30"x40" Street Carnival 1969 Oil on Board Painting #2-3-96GSN-Fondation Marie & Georges S. Nader

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Add to your collection today this beautiful original painting, signed "J.B Bottex," in the lower right corner by the late, famous Haitian artist Jean-Baptiste Bottex. It is a 30"x 40" oil canvas painting depicting many people celebrating together at the carnival. The internationally well-acclaimed art critic Gerald Alexis carefully chose the artwork as part of the Marie & Georges S.Nader Foundation Collection. Our gallery will issue a certificate of authenticity upon purchase.

About this artist

The elder brother of the better-known Seymour Bottex. He is a naive painter specialized in biblical topics and daily scenes from Haitian life. He exhibited locally at the Art Center and abroad (Peinture Haitienne by Marie Jose Nada & Gerald Bloncourt, Editions Nathan, 1986). Jean-Baptiste worked with the famous Haitian pioneer artist Philome Obin, though little influence of Obin's 'northern school' is evident in his work. He later maintained an atelier of his own with his brother S.E Bottex, training artists.

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