Michele Manuel

Michele Manuel

  • Biography


    1935 - Born in Port-au-Prince
    She began drawing in Haiti, then went to San Juan, Puerto Rico for courses at the Academy of Drawing and Painting in 1953. The following year she studied at the University of Rochester. From 1970 on, she has exhibited in Haiti, the United States, in South America and in Europe.

    La Maison Défly A jury of eminent figures in haitian art chose one of her paintings, The Market, to be reproduced as a postage stamp in 1981.
    Michèle Manuel was the prime mover behind the restoration of the most typical "gingerbread" house in Port-au-Prince, now the Defly Museum. Its profits go to the Haitian Association for Handicapped Children.
    She is now considered Haiti's most renowned woman artist .


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Michele Manuel

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MichelemanuelJ416
20 x 30 ″ acrylic on board

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MichelemanuelJ415
6 x 10 ″ acrylic on board

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Mmanuelj413
24 x 36 ″ Black and White on canvas

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manuelJ409
18 x 36 ″ acrylic on board

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Manuelj200
12 x 14 ″ acrylic on board

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Manuelj310
10 x 12 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj313
16 x 20 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj349
10 x 15 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj354
12 x 16 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj361
24 x 30 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj380
12 x 16 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj382
12 x 25 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj389
12 x 16 ″ fusain on paper B/W

Michele Manuel

Manuelj391
11 x 14 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj393
8 x 20 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj394
12 x 24 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj399
10 x 12 ″ acrylic on board

Michele Manuel

Manuelj402
9 x 15 ″ acrylic on board