Philome Obin (1891-1986) 24"x30" Carnaval #15-3-96GSN-HA Óleo sobre tabla

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The late Haitian master artist Philome Obin created this original 24"x30" museum piece on board that depicts a disguised carnival on the streets of Cap-Haitian. It is in good condition from the collection of Georges S. Nader. It is published in the book "Peintres Haitiens" by Gerald Alexis, pp. 164, image 191.

About this artist

Philome Obin was born in Limbe in 1891 and died in Cap Haitian in 1986. He was self-taught and one of the first Haitian artists to marvel at the world with his naive art. His art is referred to in all major books on Haitian art and mentioned by many art critics internationally. " Obin's concerns with precision and the respect of reality injects a measure of coldness into his narrative works," says Gerald Alexis in his book "Peintres Haitiens." Get the Book Now!

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