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Artist:  Gerard Paul       More by this artist

Category:  Paintings - Rare and Collectible       More in this category

Medium:  Acrylic on Canvas

Description:  
Gerard Paul was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on October 9, 1943. By age 14 he was apprenticed to a carpenter and then to a bricklayer but finally he became a house painter. At the end of 1963 he went to work as a houseboy at the German Embassy in Port-au-Prince. Soon after, he did his first painting and showed it to the wife of the Ambassador.She loved the work and provided him with encouragement and art materials. Eventually he took his paintings to the Galerie Monnin and rapidly became a favorite of collectors worldwide. He was at the time a cheerful, positive man who became one of the most important artists of the 70’s, winning first prize in the “Masters of the Dew” painting competition in 1978.

Year:  1974

Length:  24
Width:  20
Height:  N/A

Price: $1475.00





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