Luckner Lazard or Lucner Lazard (July 7, 1928 — May 15, 1998)[1] was a Haitian-born painter and sculptor. Born in Port-au-Prince, Lazard studied for five years at the Centre d'Art before receiving a scholarship in 1951 to study in ParisFrance. 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, the Zegri Gallery in New York, and, in 1976, the Paul Robeson Multimedia Centerin Washington, D.C. (Wikipedia)