Antonio Joseph (artist)

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Antonio Joseph (1921- May 7, 2016) was a Haitian artist.[1]

Biography[edit]

Born in Barahona, Dominican Republic, to Haitian parents, Joseph practises painting, sculpture, and screen-printing. He worked as a tailor while studying watercolor and sculpture in Haiti and screen-printing in the United States. He joined the Centre d'Art in 1944 and worked with DeWitt Peters. Joseph was twice awarded a fellowship by the Guggenheim Foundation, in 1953 and again in 1957, for his work as a painter. He traveled extensively in 1963, visiting Morocco and much of Europe. In 1972, he joined the administrative council of the Museum of Haitian Art at St. Pierre College in Port-au-Prince. He taught drawing and screen-printing at the Centre d'Art. His works have been exhibited in the United States, Mexico, Jamaica, and Spain.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A la mémoire d’Antonio Joseph (1921-2016)". Le Nouvelliste. Retrieved 15 April 2017.