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William Savain was born on 1933, in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. He taught drawing at the Foyer des Arts Plastics. Wagner participated in diverse expositions at home and abroad. He worked alongside Petion Savain, Dieudonne Cedor, Poisson Louverture, Ernst Louizor to name a few. William is in his 70's and continues to paint and display his artwork at Touche D'art gallery with owner Carel Blain.
“William Savain is a master at painting voodoo scenes. Haitian Voodooo art is art related to the Haitian Voodoo religion. This religion has its roots in West African traditional religions brought to Haiti by slaves. Using a bright palette for his paintings, William depicts voodoo rituals and worshipers engaging in ceremonies.”
Petion Savain "Boy with Yoyo"
Petion Savain "Woman with Bird"
Petion Savain "Village Man"
Petion Savain "Housewives"
Petion Savain "Deux Femmes"
Petion Savain "Les Vendeurs"
Fritz Lamothe"The Marina"
Eluid Coachy "Deux Marchandes"
Eluid Coachy "Les Bateaux"
André Labbée "Night Spot"
Jackson Baptiste "My Refuge"
Carlo Dayan "Village Scene"
Jacques Louissaint "La Famille"
Eric Girault “En Route”
Fritz Loiuzor “Villagers”
Fritz Loiuzor “Market”
Ludovick Simpson “Village Market"
Wilner Cherizol “Marchandes"
Watson Etienne “Village Market"
Watson Etienne “Bord de Mer"
Watson Etienne “Sailboats"
Watson Etienne “Sugar Cane Cutters"
Suarez Gervais “Village Market"
R. Joseph “Village Life"
Nicholson Simpson “Sugar Cane Harvest"
Nicholson Simpson “Farmers"
Micheline Michel “Villagers"
Micheline Michel “Village Scene"