Castera Bazile (c.1962)

$8,000.00

Castera Bazile (1923-1966)
Provenance: Collection of Mary G. Roebling of New York
A typical street scene of his home town “Jacmel”
Size: 24″ X 16″ – Oil on Wood (Framed)
Signed and dated October 29, 1962 (BR)
Excellent physical condition

Description

Original painting for collecting and home or office decoration.

A typical street scene of his home town “Jacmel”
Size: 24″ X 16″ – Oil on Wood (Framed add 2″)
Signed and dated (BR)
Excellent physical condition
More pictures available upon request
Gallery Certificate included

Provenance: Collection of the banker and businesswoman Mary G. Roebling of New York. sold by the well-known Cavin-Morris Gallery.

Castera Bazile (7 October 1923 – 27 February 1966) .
Born in Jacmel, Started painting 1950’s and worked at the Centre d’art (PAP)
Bazile painted several murals in the Holy Trinity Cathedral in
Port-au-Prince. He won the grand prize at the Caribbean International
Competition in 1955 (Holiday Magazine). Bazile died of tuberculosis in 1966 in Port-au-Prince.

 

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 26 × 18 × 5 in

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