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”Cary Selden Rodman (February 19, 1909 – November 2, 2002) was a prolific U.S. writer of poetry, plays and prose, political commentary, art criticism, Latin American and Caribbean history, biography and travel writing publishing a book almost every year of his adult life. Born on February 19, 1909 to architect Cary Selden Rodman and Nannie Van Nostrand (Marvin). He had one sibling, Nancy Gardiner MacDonald, who married Dwight MacDonald in 1934. He attended Loomis Academy and Yale University."Book Description:
“Artists in Tune with their World: Masters of Popular Art in the Americas & Their Relation to the Folk Tradition. Selden Rodman, New York, Simon and Schuster, 1982 . Includes Haitian, African American, Brazilian artists, and also artist of Panama, Guatemala, Northwest Coast, Canada and much more. 316 black and white illustrations., 69 color plates, index of artists. (222 pages, English, out of print, hard cover)'''
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"
Ava Pataki "Art & Kitsch”
Marie Jose Nadal"La Peinture Haitienne/Haitian Arts”
Jonathan Demme "Island on Fire”
Gerald Alexis "Peintres haitiens”
Eleanor Ingalls "The Art of Haiti”
Hollburg, Sabine und Gereon Sievernich "Kunst aus Haiti”
Georges Nader "Le Primitivism Haitien”
Martine Lusardy "Haiti anges & démons”
Hélène Renald "The Dream and the Naïfs”
Philippe Bécoulet "La Peinture Haïtienne: Dialogue du Réel et de L'imaginaire”
Anatole Jakovsky "Peinture Haïtienne”
Raymond A Moyse "Haiti the First Negro Republic in the New World”