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Toussaint Auguste, born in Leogane, Haiti in 1925. Mr. Auguste was an early member of the Centre d'Art, joining in 1946, and was one of the artists selected to paint the landmark murals in the Trinity Cathedral in 1951. He was among the early painters working at the Centre d'Art in Port-au-Prince. Considered one of the First Generation painters, examples of his work can be found in many museums including in the permanent collections of the Musee d'Art Haitien du College Saint Pierre in Port-au-Prince, Haiti , the Davenport Museum of Art in Iowa, and the Milwaukee Museum of Art.
Toussaint Auguste "This estate piece was painted by the famous first generation Haitian artist Toussaint Auguste. The painting grace the cover jacket and is featured on page 96 of the book, "Haitian Painting, Art and Kitsch" by Eva Pataki. The artist blends the colors of the Caribbean, to create a truly marvelous piece. The artist gives us a bird's eye view of a village ceremony. It portrays a woman drawing a Veve. The color white a symbol of purity, dominates the painting.This painting is a collector's delight, fully guaranteed to be original work of the artist.
Toussaint Auguste"Scene Paysanne"
Toussaint Auguste"Fétiches Indiens"
Pierre Augustin"Voodoo Priestess”
Ernst Louizor"The Voyagers"
Ernst Louizor"Le Cireur de Chaussures"
Ernst Louizor"Bataille de Coq"
Préfète Duffaut "Choices""