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Felix Jean was born on January 1, 1930 at L'Anse-a Veau. He started working at the Centre d'Art as a handyman. Students attending classes at the Centre D’Art immediately recognized his talent and they encouraged him to become a painter. Today his works can be found in many private art collections, both in Haiti and abroad. His artwork normally sells in Sotheby's and Christies auction houses. Illustrations of his painting can be seen in Eva Pataki's book, "Haitian Painting" and John Allen Franciscus’ book, “Haiti Voodoo Kingdom To Modern Riviera”.
“Haitian artist Felix Jean, captures this market scene. Haitian daily life consist of going to the market to buy or sale fruits and vegetables. Painting is framed with a simple wooden frame. ”
Ludovick Booz "Grand Mère”
Jean Richard Coachy “Damballah"
Nicholas Dreux "Village Gossip"
Nicholas Dreux "Neighbors"
Nicholas Dreux "Villagers"
Decourcelle Gourgue "Set Sail"
Decourcelle Gourgue "Cast your Net"
Florence Martinez "To Market"
Jean Boursiquots "La Prairie"
Frederick Rock "Combats de Coqs"
Bob Bazile "The Dreamer"
Bob Bazile "Vegetation Natural"
Bob Bazile "Marchande "
Bob Bazile "Marina"
Abner Dubic "Rue de Léogane"
Abner Dubic "Town of Léogane"
Abner Dubic "La Lessive"
St Pierre Toussaint "Blue Flowering"
St Pierre Toussaint "Red Flowering"
St Pierre Toussaint "Brown Flowering"
St Pierre Toussaint "Black Flowering"
Emmanuel Merisier "Mother With Child"
Alexandre Gregoire "Busy Market"
Michel Louissaint “Market"
Wilson Jolicoeur “La Campagne"
Sully Obin “Recreation"
Saint Louis Blaise “The Race"
Raymond Jacques “Tapping the Tree"
Jacques-Richard Chery “The Pineapple"
Jacques-Richard Chery “Corosol"
Gary Chanel "Cockfight"
Gary Altidor "Church Yard"