This beautiful vintage painting depicts a ghetto scene in downtown, Haiti. It's an original 24"x30" oil on canvas. It is signed J. Garcon on the lower right corner. It is sold unframed. This art belongs to the collection of Myriam Nader-Salomon's family.
Known also as Jacques Garcon, he began painting in 1968 on his own. The influence of Charles Obas has directed him towards his own form of symbolism. Garcon is one of the best Haitian impressionist artists.
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