Charles Anatole (1922-1979) 24"x36" Haiti Independence 1972 Oil on Board Painting-Fondation Marie & Georges S. Nader #1-10-96GSN

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The late famous primitive Haitian painter Charles Anatole created this beautiful rural scene oil on board original Haitian painting in 1950 (signed & dated in the lower right corner), depicting a sad news scene in the town in a primitive style. 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

Anatole Charles was born in Jacmel in 1922 and died in 1979. After elementary school, he became an engraver. In 1940 under Marcel St. Vil, he studied painting and did both engraving and painting until discontinuing the latter in 1950 for two years. In 1952, he resumed painting again. He is the father of nine children." (Haiti Voodoo Kingdom to Modern Riviera by John Allen Franciscus. pp52). "Anatole became a teacher of art to Saint Louis Blaise and Nemours Vincent, among other Haitian artists to receive acclaim. He has a son, named Frantz, who is also a painter" ( Masterpieces of Haitian Art by Candice Russell, Schiffer, 2013Own a piece of art by this artist? Each piece is unique. Get the actual estimated market value of yours Now! How Does It Work?

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