コレクション: Jean-Claude Legagneur (Haitian, b.1947)

Jean Claude Legagneur is a famous Haitian figurative painter born on September 25, 19d7, in Port-ou-Prince. Haiti. He is known for his powerful and colorful paintings depicting the Haitian people's struggles and triumphs.  He developed a unique style of painting which, at times, combines a nuance of Impressionism, Pop Art, and Abstractionism. Jean-Claude left Haiti to study Art at the Student League of New York and the Brooklyn Museum until 1974. He has exhibited from 1974 around the world. He was honored by Governor George Pataki, the governor of New York. He was commissioned to paint a 65-foot Mural at JFK Airport in New York City, The Queen of Spain Sofia, Kofi Anan, and Princess Grace of Monaco. His Art is in the Vatican collection, the Palace of Spain, and Admiral Club Miami International Airport. Fortune Magazine, the New York Times, and The Miami Herald have articles about him. Legagneur's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art in Santo Domingo, the Brooklyn Museum in New York, the Musée d'Art Nader, and the Musée du Panthéon National Haîtien in Port-ou-Prince, Haiti. Scroll down to make your selection(s)!

 

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