Bernard Sejourne (1947-1994) 22.5"x18" The Abstract Nude 1996 Acrylic On Masonite #46-3-96GSN-NY
What s stunning painting signed by the late Haitian master Bernard Sejoune to add to your collection! It's an original 22.5"x12" Acrylic on masonite dated 1996 to add to our art collection.
This painting is from the private collection of Georges S. Nader. Sejourne studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Port-au-Prince, the Jamaica School of Arts and Crafts in Kingston, at the Students' League and American Art School in New York. He exhibited at Calfou and the Esso Salon in Port-au-Prince in 1965. He participated in the Festival of Black Art held in Dakar in 1956, in the Montreal Expo in 1957, at the French Institute of Haiti in 1972. Several museums, including the Brooklyn Museum, the museum at St Pierre's College, Musee d'art Nader, exhibited his work.
Painter and sculptor, Sejourne was among the best-known artists of the School of Beauty, which honors women. " Sejourné's mastery of space and volume create near-abstract works of referential elements." Peintres Haitiens, Gerald Alexis, Editions Cercle d'Art, 2000. Get the Book Now!
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