Haitian Art Collection

Donated by Gladys Kinoian Lujan '56

The Haitian Art Collection at Bryant University consists of 19 works by 15 Haitian painters.  Some paintings are by well-known artists, such as Jacques-Enguerrand Gourgue and some by lesser known ones, but all (or most) are charming and colorful.  These wonderful paintings have been donated by a friend of the University, Mrs. Glady (Kinoian) Lujan '56, who provided the text that accompanies most of the paintings on the artists’ respective pages. Click on a close-up image below to view the entire painting and to learn more about each artist.

Gesner Armand - Cane FieldsAlberoi Bazille - Fruit TreeWilson Bigaud - CarnivalWilson Bigaud - Village Wedding
 Jaques-Richard Chery - Choucoune (Ti Zoiseaux)Jacques E. Gourgue - Papa Doc and the Ship of Lost SoulsAlexandre Gregoire -Inside the CathedralAlexandre Gregoire - Our Lady of Peace
Luckner Lazard - Paysage ILuckner Lazard - Paysage IIFlorence Martinez - The Last SupperLouines Mentor - The Crucifixion
Louines Mentor - Scenes of BattleAndre Normil - Country WeddingPhilome Obin - Country WeddingSalnave Philippe-August - Jungle
Andre Pierre - Voodoo CeremonyJ.R. - Jesus and the DoctorsMicius Stephane - Bourgeois Family
The artists and titles of the 19 paintings in the Haitian Collection at Bryant University are, in alphabetical order: