The Procession


Alberoi Bazile
Oil On Masonite


About artist

Alberoi Bazile

Alberoi Bazile was born in Jacmel, Haiti, on January 14, 1920. He is the cousin of the well-known Haitian artist Castera Bazile. In 1942, after completing his studies, he started his career in the Haitian army. While in the military, he developed a passion for painting. In 1951, he was encouraged to paint by the founder of the Centre d'Art, Dewitt Peters. In 1963 he devoted himself to painting. He has exhibited both in Haiti and abroad. He is listed in Michel Philippe Lerebours book, "Haiti ET ses Peintres". Illustrations of his artwork can be seen in John Allen Franciscus’ book, “Haiti Voodoo Kingdom To Modern Riviera” and Eva Patakis' book, Haitian Painting Art and Kitsch

About the work

Painting Description:
Beautifully articulated original oil on masonite by Haitian artist Alberoi Bazile. Alberoi normally removes his subjects from the real life context and transposes them into an imaginary setting. A prominent mask is seen in most of his paintings. Colorfully painted, this artwork is both beautiful and realistic. The work of art is in excellent condition with vivid colors and fine detail. His work is included in many private collections both in the United States, Europe and Japan. His art work is a must for any serious art collection.


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The Procession

The Procession

Alberoi Bazile "The Procession"