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Joel Gauthier was born in Port-au-Prince on June 6, 1955. He started painting at the age of 16 and his talent was immediately recognized by are lovers. His style can be easily identified by his use of delicate textures, heavy impasto, and strong flat colors. These features are all indicative of the older school. He studied design under Emmanuel Pierre-Charles and David Rouzier. Gauthier later tuned to a more decorative style of painting as seen in his popularization of safari wildlife. His work has been exhibited in many galleries, both in Haiti and abroad.
“A unique painting by the famous Haitian painter, Joel Gauthier. This heavy impasto is the perfect centerpiece of any room. It is 12-inches x 16-inches on masonite board. The style is reminiscent of Rousseau. The artist blends the colors of the Caribbean, to create a truly marvelous piece. This estate piece is the only known heavy impasto that was painted by the artist. The painting and frame are in excellent condition. ”
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Petion Savain "Woman with Bird"
Petion Savain "Village Man"
Petion Savain "Housewives"
Petion Savain "Deux Femmes"
Petion Savain "Les Vendeurs"
Fritz Lamothe"The Marina"
Eluid Coachy "Deux Marchandes"
Eluid Coachy "Les Bateaux"
André Labbée "Night Spot"
Jackson Baptiste "My Refuge"
Carlo Dayan "Village Scene"
Jacques Louissaint "La Famille"
Eric Girault “En Route”
Fritz Loiuzor “Villagers”
Fritz Loiuzor “Market”
Ludovick Simpson “Village Market"
Wilner Cherizol “Marchandes"
Watson Etienne “Village Market"
Watson Etienne “Bord de Mer"
Watson Etienne “Sailboats"
Watson Etienne “Sugar Cane Cutters"
Suarez Gervais “Village Market"
R. Joseph “Village Life"
Nicholson Simpson “Sugar Cane Harvest"
Nicholson Simpson “Farmers"
Micheline Michel “Villagers"
Micheline Michel “Village Scene"