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Emmanuel Merisier, a modern primitive expressionist was born June 2, 1929 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He studied at the College de Beaubron Ardouin from 1952 to 1954. Inspired by other Haitian painters, he joined the Foyer des Arts Plastiques and the Brochette Gallery in Port-au-Prince. At the age of 35, he migrated to the United States and studied art at the School of Visual Arts from 1977 to 1980. Merisier's struggle with his artistic invisibility and his self-imposed isolation are his added strength. His works are deeply psychological and mysterious. They are about mysticism, voodoo or life in Haiti. A prominent cross is seen in all of his paintings. He participated in-group shows in Havana, Rio de Janeiro, Paris and Mexico, New York at the Brooklyn Museum. He uses a Modern Expressionist technique to tell the folk-stories of Haiti. His work is included in the permanent collections of Ramapo College in New Jersey.
“This lovely painting depicts a mother and child. Merisier's struggle with his artistic invisibility and his self-imposed isolation are his added strength. His works are deeply psychological and mysterious. They are about mysticism, voodoo or life in Haiti. A prominent cross is seen in all of his paintings.”
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Jean Richard Coachy “Damballah"
Joseph Gracia "Cortège de Mariage"
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"
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"