Normil, Andre (Haitian, 1934 - 2014)



AndrĂ© Normil was born in Haiti in 1934 and died on May 2, 2014. He started to paint in 1944 at the Centre d'Art. He paints Haitian life daily scenes with keen observation and humor. His animals scenes are rich in colors. His primary colors, composition, and techniques are among the best in Haitian art. His works are a must for a serious  collector. His name is cited in many Haitian art books. "Like Bigaud, Normil depicts scenes of daily life with a certain humor". (Peintres Haitiens by Gerald Alexis).

Centre-dArt
Seaside scene, 1965
Seaside scene, 1965
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Island On Fire: Jonathan Demme
Noah's Sacrifici
Noah's Sacrifici
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Paradise, 1969
Paradise, 1969
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Franciscus Collection
Untitled (Tap - Tap)
Untitled (Tap - Tap)
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Waterloo Center For the Arts
Noah's Sacrificial Ceremony
Noah's Sacrificial Ceremony
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Hunsberger Collection
Coumbite
Coumbite
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Rabodaille du Bel-Air
Rabodaille du Bel-Air
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Matt Dunn Collection
Adam and Eve Shunned From Paradise, 1966
Adam and Eve Shunned From Paradise, 1966
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Carnival, 1990
Carnival, 1990
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Selden Rodman Gallery at Ramapo College