A Jeremie - "Au Sud-Ouest d'Haiti."

I have been really enjoying the fact that the usual 50 or so robo-calls a day have ceased.  But it turns out that we have been without phone service at the gallery for the last week!  Apparently a wet cable many blocks west of us, we are told.  
Thank you Verizon!  
You may reach us by email at indigofamily@indigoarts.com, and may be able to reach Tony at 215-813-7009.
We apologize for the inconvenience.



Oil on board
(23 1/2 x 23 1/2), c. 1960's

Gervais Emmanuel Ducasse was born in 1903 in Port-au-Prince. He came from a middle class background and received, compared with the majority of Haitian artists, an excellent formal eductaion. He became an agriculture agent for the government, giving him the opportunity to travel extensively in Haiti. He even visited the United states several times. He worked for the government until 1948, losing his job due to a lack of funding. Forced to find a new profession, he turned to painting, which had been an interest since the age of four.

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