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Wesner Pierre-Louis was born on December 1, 1948. He started painting at a very early age. His brother Anthony, Jacques Enguerrand Gourgue, Ambroise encouraged him to paint. Wesner was widely known for painting in the impressionistic style. He participated in many art exhibits in Haiti and many parts of the world including Canada and parts of Europe. His artwork was sold in various gallery in Haiti including the Red carpet and gallery Calfou. He is a listed artist in Eva Pataki's book, “Art in Kitsch” and the book "Haiti Et SES PEINTRES De 1804 a 1980” by Michel Philippe Lerebours. He moved to Canada during the 1970's. Today, Wesner Pierre Louis is a prolific artist that lives and paint in Montreal Canada.
“This painting is a masterpiece of precise and calculated composition and palette knife technique. It depicts country folks going about their daily lives. Underlying all Wesner Pierre Louis's paintings there is a complex, yet entirely rational and carefully worked out, geometrical structure.”
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