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Gervais Emmanuel Ducasse (1903-1988) 24"x16" From The Source To The Source 1980 #27MFN
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This is an original 24"x16" oil on board contemporary painting signed by G.E Ducasse on the lower-left corner with an inscription in the middle in French: "De La Source A La Source, meaning From The Source To The Source. This painting was exhibited in the show curated by Miss Lauren called "Diaspora Calling" at the King's Theatre in Brooklyn, NY, on April 16, 2016.
About this artist
Self-taught Haitian master Gervais Emmanuel Ducasse (1903-1988) was considered the most genuine of the Haitian primitive painters. He was a charming and submissive painter who seemed to have no conception of the environment world: of life, he took snapshots, notwithstanding either good or evil. Such paintings by Ducasse are jealously guarded by collectors all over the world. Ducasse's name is mentioned in all significant Haitian art books. His artworks are exhibited at many museums worldwide, including Nader's Art Museum and Museum College St Pierre in Haiti and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in NY.
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