Untitled Haitian folk dance - original, signed watercolor (Roger Dupoux) - image 1 of 7

Roger Dupoux is a mid-20th century Haitian folk artist whose work focuses on the daily life of native Haitians. This exceptional dance scene, signed and dated 1958, is a wonderful depiction of temporal Haitian life that includes bonga, tambourine, and Haitian (voodoo) maracas players, presented with an indigenous woven rope frame. The work is vibrant and may have a glaze applique as it is not behind glass. The backing is simple lightweight cardboard, creating minor separation between the watercolor-on-paper and the frame, and could be replaced and improved with a sturdier backing. Measuring 14" x 34" sight and 18.5" x 38.5" double framed in rope, the work and frame are in excellent condition, with only the backing less than ideal.

ITEM ID
IFA-000211
COLOR
Rainbow
GENRE
African & Oceanic Art
MEDIA
Watercolor
STYLE
Folk Art
THEME
Ethnic
WIDTH
38.5" (98 cm)
HEIGHT
18.5" (47 cm)
AGE
Mid 20th Century
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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