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Gesner Armand (1936-2008) 32"x34" Pigeons on a Tree 1980 Oil on Canvas Painting-Fondation Marie & Georges S. Nader #XGSN
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The late famous contemporary Haitian master Gesner Armand, created this stunning 32"x34" pigeons on a tree scene oil on canvas original Haitian painting in 1980 (signed in the lower right corner). 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
At an early age, Gesner Armand joined the Centre d’Art, where Pierre Monosiet introduced him to watercolor. He spent the period from 1958 to 1960 in Mexico. In 1960 he was awarded a scholarship from the French government and lived in Paris until 1962. He returned to Haiti that year and settled in Croix-des-Bouquets. He was the director of the Museum of Haitian Art at St Pierre’s College. Gesner studied art both in Paris and Mexico. As a renowned Haitian painter, he has exhibited in Haiti, Mexico, the United States, Paris, Spain, Jamaica, Martinique, Venezuela, Barbados, the Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, and Israel. He is known for his luminous country scenes and his pigeons, and although his still-lives reveal an undeniable Mexican Influence, his art reflects the intense love he has for his country, Haiti. "Armand's substantial work rests upon a mastery of color effects and a pure drawing." (Peintres Haitiens, Gérald Alexis). Get the Book Now!Own a piece of art by this artist? Each piece is unique. Get the actual estimated market value of yours Now! How Does It Work?