Calixte Henry (1933-2010) 16"x12" Chair/ Pigeon Acrylic on Canvas #1MFN- Framed
The late renowned Haitian master Calixte Henry signed this beautiful painting on the top left corner. This unique contemporary artwork represents a pigeon and a hat in a chair. It is an original 16"x12" acrylic on Canvas sold framed. The artwork is authentic and was purchased directly from the artist in the 1990s. The gallery will issue a certificate of authenticity and the artist's bio upon purchase.
Calixte Henry was born on January 3, 1933, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and died in 2010. He began to paint at the Art Center in 1955 with the American painter Barbara Obris. Later, he abandoned his brushes in favor of razor blades which lent heightened finesse and transparency to his painting and later painted with a knife. In his paintings, Calixte eliminates all extraneous details to produce a highly refined soberness of line. He obtains volume through the contrast tones. The rudimentary drawing is compensated by a harmony of colors whose contrasts make up its personality. Henry coaxes an infinite spectrum of vibrations from green and blue. He also worked with more pastel colors and less contrasting tones. “Henry uses a monochrome style with a preference for greens, pinks or blues.” (Sources: La Peinture Haitiennes & Peintres Haitiens)
Calixte Henri "uses a monochrome style with a preference for greens, pinks or blues" , Gerald Alexis - Peintres Haitiens.
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