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Legrand Monfleury was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He migrated to the United States in the 70's. He graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from the City University of New York. After graduation, Legrand worked as an Engineer and Computer consultant at various Fortune 500 companies. As a child, Legrand had a passion for drawings and paintings and dreamt of becoming an artist one day. He pursued his dreams by studying art at the New Jersey center for visual arts the Union College in Cranford, New Jersey. Legrand has certainly carved out his own unique style which is evident in his work. On May 25, 2003, Legrand participated in an art exhibition in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, he was awarded first prize in the oil and acrylic category.
“Beautifully articulated original acrylic on canvas by Haitian artist Legrand Monfleury. Legrand normally removes his subjects from the real life context and transposes them into an imaginary setting. A prominent mask is seen in most of his paintings. Colorfully painted, this artwork is both beautiful and realistic. The work of art is in excellent condition with vivid colors and fine detail. His work is included in many private collections both in the United States, Europe and Japan. His art work is a must for any serious art collection.”
Legrand Monfleury "The Guitar"
Legrand Monfleury "Hope"
Legrand Monfleury "Resting"
Legrand Monfleury "The Prowler"
Legrand Monfleury "The Warrior"
Legrand Monfleury "The Eagle"
Legrand Monfleury "The Path"
Legrand Monfleury "The Cello"
Gesner Abellard "The Cathedral"
Mathilde Derosiers "Kite Flying"
Mathilde Derosiers "Street Vendor"
Joseph Thony Moise "Vendors"
Joseph Thony Moise "Morning Market"
Joseph Thony Moise "Scene Rural"
Joseph Thony Moise "Baron"
Joseph Thony Moise "Paysanne"
Joseph Thony Moise "Assentor"
Michelle Klode "Untitled2"
Michelle Klode "Untitled8"
Michelle Klode "Untitled7"
Michelle Klode "Untitled6"
Michelle Klode "Untitled4"
Michelle Klode "Untitled5"
Carel Blain “Liqueur”
Carel Blain “Les Fruits”
Carel Blain “Coconuts”
Carel Blain “Le cocktail”
Carel Blain “Still Life”
Carel Blain “Marchande”
Jean Bernard Pierre “Fruits Of Passion”