Raymond Olivier “Cubism Village”

$2,000.00

Signed: Raymond Olivier
Subject: Village scene (cubism) – Year 1975
Size: 32″ X 24″
Acrylic on Canvas – Stretched
Physical Condition: Vintage Good

Raymond Olivier was born in Haiti in 1943 and died in the late 1980’s. He began painting as a child, and shot quickly to fame. He won a first prize for his painting “A Mother and Her Child” in 1958, and the following year another first prize in an international exhibit sponsored by UNESCO. He has had one-man shows in Haiti, Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Tahiti, France, and the U.S.

Olivier was initially influenced by a number of schools, but quickly developed his own unique style, which is unmistakable. By the early 1970’s, he had evolved a modern aesthetic which adopted elements of cubism and employed distinctive color schemes of green, blue, yellow and brown.  (Courtesy Egallery)

Description

Raymond Olivier was born in Haiti in 1943 and died in the late 1980’s. He began painting as a child, and shot quickly to fame. He won a first prize for his painting “A Mother and Her Child” in 1958, and the following year another first prize in an international exhibit sponsored by UNESCO. He has had one-man shows in Haiti, Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Tahiti, France, and the U.S.

Olivier was initially influenced by a number of schools, but quickly developed his own unique style, which is unmistakable. By the early 1970’s, he had evolved a modern aesthetic which adopted elements of cubism and employed distinctive color schemes of green, blue, yellow and brown.  (Courtesy Egallery)

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 32 × 24 × 4 in

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