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  • Lasiren (likely by Janvier Louis-Juste), recycled metal, ca 1960 34x17
    This stunning sculpture depicts the Afro-Atlantic goddes of the oceans, Lasiren (the mermaid) by her Haitian name. The material is metal from recycled oil drums. Oil drum sculpture in Haiti originated in the 1950's, with the pioneering metal pieces by the now world famous artist Georges Liautaud.
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  • Erzulie Freda vodou flag, mounted, 1960's, 34x24
    This spectular piece depicting Erzulie Freda, the Haitian Lwa (spirit) of love, was made by the legendary vodou priest and flag maker Ceus "Tibout" St. Louis from Léogâne. (1902-1994)
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  • Jorelus Joseph, Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 32x25
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  • L. Menos, Bossou Vodou Flag, sequins and beads on fabric, 37x30
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  • Gelin Buteau, untitled, acrylic on board, 24x24
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Haitian Art


The MARIPOSA Collection includes works by Haiti's contemporary self-taught painters Gelin Buteau and Jorelus Joseph as well as Vodou flags and unique steel drum art.  


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