Claude Dambreville (1934-2021) 24"x20" Portrait of a Black Woman 1997 Acrylic on Canvas Painting #58-3-96GSN- Fondation Marie & Georges S. Nader

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The late famous Haitian master Claude Dambreville painted this beautiful, detailed 20"x24" portrait of a black woman with a green head scarf and shirt and signed it on the lower left corner. The artwork is sold unframed. This particular piece was carefully chosen by Gerald Alexis, the internationally well-acclaimed art critic and author of many Haitian art books, to be part of the stunning Foundation Marie & Georges S Nader's collection. Our gallery will issue a certificate of authenticity upon purchase.

About this artist

Claude Dambreville was born in Port-au-Prince on December 17, 1934, and died on March 15, 2021. He studied accounting and worked for months as a trainee at the “ Haiti Journal” newspaper. He was also the director of a broadcasting station “ Radio Tropiques” for ten years. He is an author of over 100 tales and short stories and a humorous writer. He studied drawing and painting at the School ABC in Paris, at the Art Center, and with his father-in-law, the late Haitian artist Pétion Savain. He has exhibited internationally. "Dambreville's work is essentially based on the play of shadow and light" (Peintres Haitiens by Gerald Alexis).