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Petion Savain Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on February 15, 1906. Considered one of the founding fathers of Haitian painting, he was the first Haitian painter to gain recognition for his work. He was awarded medals at the Gallery of Science and Art in 1939, five years before the opening of the Centre d'Art. Savain studied at the Haitian School of Agronomy and also earned a law degree. He studied at the Art Student's League in New York in 1941. Savain is best described as a lawyer, painter, author and teacher of the arts. He studied and mastered mural and fresco techniques, and tempera. His works have been exhibited in Washington D.C, Chicago, San Francisco, Florida and in Europe. Savain died in 1975 but his legacy continues through one of his finest students, Jean Richard Coachy. Savain’s paintings are sold at all the major auction houses.
“In this painting, Petion Savain captures a young boy playing with a yoyo. His young face clearly tells the story. The painting and original frame are in excellent condition. Petion’s work has been sold at Christie's and Sotheby's auction houses in the US. ”
William Savain ”Congo”
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"