Voodoo Drum


Jacques Dorce
Oil On Canvas


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Jacques Dorce

Jacques Dorcé was born in December 19, 1942 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After graduating from High School, he worked as a mechanic while attending the Académie des Beaux-Arts. His decision to become a painter was influenced by the legendary Haitian master Rigaud Benoit, his adopted father. Jacques became a member of the Centre d’Art in 1966. His talent was immediately recognized both by the Centre d’Art and the general public. His paintings were amongst the first selection of Haitian art sold on May 22, 1969 at the Sotheby Parke-Bernet Galleries to raise funds for the construction of the Centre d’Art. Jacques Dorce’s paintings continues to sell at many major auction houses. Jacques is listed in the Davenport Art Reference and Price Guide and numerous Haitian art books. He now lives in Los Angeles and works as an electrician. Illustrations of his work can be seen in John Allen Franciscus’ book, “Haiti Voodoo Kingdom To Modern Riviera”.

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Painting Description:

“Dorce depicts the initial rituals of a voodoo ceremony. In the mountains of Haiti, a ceremony calling the Loas is being performed around a sacred drum. This particular drum is the Assotor drum, the largest and most sacred of all Voodoo drums. Jacques has captured the beat of this drum, the central focus of this scene, through the dancing positions of the two Mambos dressed in red. The Hougan, who craves spiritual power, is wearing a turban around his head with an eye at the center.”


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