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Mending Fishing Nets

Artist:  Carlo Jean-Jacques       More by this artist

Category:  Paintings - Rare and Collectible       More in this category

Medium:  Acrylic on Canvas

Description:  
Family living in a small bay side village mend fishing nets. Carlo Jean-Jacques was born in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti on May 1, 1943. As a child, he completed a correspondence course in art from the Ecole ABC in Paris and in 1963 enrolled in the Atelier dart of Joseph Jacob, where his instructors were Dieudonne Cedor, David LaFontant and Bernard Wah. Depression and alcholism entered his life in his late 20s. So disturbed by the pain and hardship that surrounded him, Jn.Jacques was consumed with a sorrow that was transferred to all the work he had since created. His paintings, characterized by muted colors, proud postures and strong emotion both expose and condemn social injustice. Depictions of the citys slum quarters have never been executed quite so gracefully. Carlo Jean-Jacques died in September, 1990. His works are highly regarded by collectors for their soulful beauty rarity on the market. This painting has some slight restoration to preserve the integrity of the canvas.

Year:  1980s

Length:  20
Width:  24
Height:  N/A

Price: $1875.00





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