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Stivenson Magloire

About the Artist

Stivenson Magloire was born in 1963 in Petionville, Haiti. He was the son of Louisiane St. Fleurant, one of the founders of the Saint Soleil painting movement in Haiti (along with Prosper Pierre-Louis, Denis Smith, Dieuseul Paul and others) and the brother of painters Ramphis Magloire and Magda Magloire. Stivenson Magloire was a self-taught painter, like his mother, but he never considered himself to be a member of the Saint Soleil group. He was murdered in Petionville in 1994.

Region:
White Dove and Spirits
SKU: SMG-1601

(Port-au-Prince)
Oil on board (24" x 24"), c.1985
Framed as shown.
Note:  This painting was donated by the collector to the non-profit organizatuon, Outreach to Haiti, and is offered for sale to raise funds for their charitable activities in Haiti.  You may learn more about that norganization at Outreach to Haiti.

$2400
Two Figures - Price Reduced!
SKU: SMG-0601

(Port-au-Prince)
Oil on canvas (20 x 16), c.1990-1994
Purchased in Petionville in 1999

Price reduced to $1500!
Product Status: 
Returned to Consignor

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