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Abner Dubic, an accomplished artist, was born in Leogane, Haiti, on November 1, 1948. He is one of Haiti's leading primitive painters. He is known for his depictions of rural landscapes and agricultural scenes. In 1975 exhibitions of his work were sponsored by the well-known French writer Andre Malraux in Paris and Auxerre. His works have been sold in many galleries both in Haiti and abroad. Past sales of his works have commanded high prices at the Parke Bernet Auction House in 1975, 77, 78, and 79.
“Town of Léogane by Abner Dubic. This painting reminds us that Haiti, a name of Indian origin, means "mountainous land", a perfect description of the country's topography. They have played a major role in Haiti's history. The mountains in this painting, dominate the scene according to the artist Abner Dubic. They can be seen as rolling hills dotted with colorful houses. ”