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Essud Fungcap was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He began painting as a child and at the age of five was accepted to the highly regarded “Foyer des Arts Plastiques” in Haiti. He fell under the tutelage of such well-known artists as Cedor, Nehemy Jean, Lazard, and Gourgues. He went on to attend the “Academie des Beaux Arts” in Port-au-Prince. Several years later he opened his own studio in partnership with two renowned Haitian artists, Carol Theart and Edward Wah. In 1970, Fungcap migrated to the United States where he studied at the SOHO Art Center in New York City and later, at the Coral Gables Museum of Art. Further studies include Visual Communication and Graphic Design at the Houston Art Institute of Texas.
“ Art print by the Haitian artist Essud Fungcap. This art print displays sharp, vivid images with a high degree of color accuracy. Art prints are created on paper similar to that of a postcard or greeting card using a digital or offset lithography press. ”
Fabolon Blaise “The Treaty”
Madsen Monpremier ”Mariage Mystique”
Jean Richard Coachy “Damballah"
Toussaint Auguste"Voodoo Drum"
Prspere G. Lafontant "Tête de Jeunne fille"
Raymond Dorleans "Terrestrial Village"
Calvin Mondesir "Village Symbolique"
Franklin Latortue "Les Fleurs"
Maryse Edouard “ Floral Tropical ”
JE Gourgue "Paradis"
Bernard Sejourne "Reflection"
Patrick Wah "Montagnes Californienne"
Essud Fungcap "Women of the World"
Essud Fungcap "Nanouche"
Essud Fungcap "Profile"
Carlo Jean-Jacques "Le Repas"
Lionel Laurenceau "We are the World"
Lionel Laurenceau "Joie de Vivre"
Lionel Laurenceau "La Famille"
Lionel Laurenceau "Lueur D'Espoir"
Xavier Amiama "Danse De Loas"
Alix Beaujour "Natural Beauty"
Alix Beaujour "La Femme"
Alix Beaujour "A Mother's Love"
J.E Gourgue "Peaceful Village"