Laurenceau, Lyonel

Lyonel Laurenceau, born in 1942, is a celebrated Haitian artist whose education spans Haiti, the US, and France. His art, influenced by human character, garnered him the top prize at the 1966 New York City World’s Fair. Settling in Montreal, he was granted honorary citizenship. His work, rooted in Symbolic Expressionism, captivates with its interplay of rhythm, color, and emotion, illuminated by captivating light. Laurenceau’s paintings intricately weave spatial networks, revealing transparent layers. Internationally acclaimed, Laurenceau has earned numerous accolades and is hailed as one of his generation’s finest artists. His exhibitions span the globe, with over fifty museums showcasing his extraordinary talent.




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