Marche en Plein Air
ArtistLyonel Laurenceau (Haitian, b. 1942)
Description"Marché En Plein Air" is a giant 40"x60" acrylic on canvas painting of a mother and daughter at the farmers market signed and dated 1980 by famous Haitian contemporary master Lyonel Laurenceau.
This artwork belongs to the private collection of Georges S. Nader and is sold As-Is. It is in good condition.
Lyonel Laurenceau (born 1942) is a Haitian painter. Laurenceau studied in Haiti, the US, and France and created paintings inspired by the human character. He won first prize at the New York City World's Fair in 1966 and later moved to Montreal (Canada), where he was made an honorary citizen of the city of Montreal.
His work adheres to the contemporary undercurrents of Symbolic Expressionism, and it continues to shape its era and ranks among the most sought-after by art collectors.