Carlo Jn-Jacques (1943-1990) 12"x16" Village Scene 1982 Oil on Canvas #65-3-96MFN
What a beautiful original painting by the Haitian master painter, late Carlo Jean-Jacques, to add to your collection!. It is on canvas dated 1982, sold unframed, that belongs to the private collection of Myriam F. Nader. Artworks by Carlo Jn-Jacques are scarce to find in the marketplace and are widely collected, especially in France.
The famous Haitian master late Carlo Jn-Jacques was from the Foyer des Arts Plastiques. He was born on May 1st, 1943, and died in 1990 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He paints the social injustice in his country with strong emotions, great purity, and long lines. His art is jealously kept among private collectors in Europe & the United States. "Jean-Jacques Carlo's art might be defined as depicting the poetry of wretchedness," says Gerald Alexis in his book Peintres Haitiens. Get the book Peintres Haitiens here!