Luckner Lazard (1928-1998) 12"x3" Conversation Between Merchants 1988 Watercolor Framed Under Glass #4FC

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What a lovely original arabesque of merchants conversing amongst themselves to add to your art collection! It is a watercolor on hard paper framed under glass duly painted by the late famous Haitian master Luckner Lazard.

About this artist

Famous Painter and sculptor Luckner Lazard or Lucner Lazard was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on July 7, 1928 and died in May 15, 1998. Lazard studied for five years at the Centre d'Art before receiving a scholarship in 1951 to study in Paris, France. In 1956, he founded the Brochette Gallery in Haiti and settled in the United States. Lazard's works have been exhibited in Europe, the Caribbean, North America, and Brazil. Some of the galleries he has exhibited at are the French Institute in Mexico, and, in 1976, the Paul Robeson Multimedia Center in Washington, D.C. "Against a peculiar and highly personal blue background, Lazard draws arabesque inspired by forms occurring in Haitian life," says art critic and author, Gerald Alexis in his book Here!

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