Artist from Haiti - Wilson Bigaud
Wilson Bigaud was considered one of the great masters of Haitian art. Born in 1931, he began his career in art as a clay sculptor. In 1946 he met DeWitt Peters who persuaded him to pursue painting. Peters, one of the founders of the Centre d'Art, put Bigaud to work on canvasses at the Centre, where many famous artists studied, painted exhibited and sold their works. In 1950 he won second prize at an international exhibition in Washington D.C. for his piece titled "Paradise". read more
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