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SINCE 1974

This is Room 70 . A Haitian painting by Dieuseul Paul.
( or, if you prefer, Paul Dieuseul)

Dieuseul Paul, was one of the original members of the Saint Soleil movement which gained international recognition in 1975 when the French cultural icon Andre Malraux visited the community. It is said that Malraux was seated in a chair on a grassy knoll while the artists of Saint Soleil ascended the slope, encircling him, each holding a piece of their art. M. Malraux was blown away by the scene and immortalized the movement by featuring Saint Soleil prominently in his last book, " L'Intemporel"

Saint Soleil disbanded after only a few years but five of the artists, Prosper Pierre-Louis, Levoy Exil, Denis Smith, Paul Dieuseul and Louisiane St. Fleurant reorganized into the group "Cinq Soleils". In cooperation with several French Cultural institutions, they opened a spacious and secure atelier in Soissons on September 23, 1989.

Dieuseul Paul passed away during the last week of July 2006 at his home . He was 54

We acquired these two for a very good price and are passing the savings on
#2933 Dieuseul Paul
24x24" Acrylic on canvas
"Spirits, LOA"
2004 $1500 Fancy Frame, very nice.
Sale! $800

#2927 Dieuseul Paul
24x24" Acrylic on canvas
Two Sirenes
2004 $1500 Beautiful frame
Sale! $800 SOLD
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