Collection: Tamara Baussan (Russia,1909-Haiti,1999)

Tamara Baussan was born in Bakou, Russia, in 1909, and died in Petion-Ville, Haiti, in 1999. She learned painting as a child. In the late 1920s, she traveled to Paris to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts where she met and later married Robert Baussan, a Haitian studying Architecture. They moved to Haiti in 1931, or 1942, and were essential collaborators in the founding of the Centre d'Art in 1944. Baussan was Haiti's first female painter, with Andrée Naudé and Michele Manuel, of "the Atelier de la Tête de l'Eau." "Her use of vivid colors heightens the power of her drawings," as Gerald describes her art in his book Peintres Haitiens. 

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  • Tamara Baussan (1909-1999) 16"x12" Mother & Child 1992 Acrylic on Board #1FC
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  • Tamara Baussan 18"x24" Rural Scene 1994 Acrylic on Board #1JN-HA
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  • Tamara Baussan 14"x18" Nude Chinese Ink On Paper #J25
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  • Tamara Baussan 24"x20" Flowers 1990 Acrylic on Canvas #J23-HA
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  • Tamara Baussan 18"x14" Still Life/Vase 1998 Acrylic on Canvas #J21
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  • Tamara Baussan 12"x16" Still Life/Fruits 1997 Acrylic on Hardboard #J5
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  • Tamara Baussan (1909-1999) 12"x16" Still Life 1999 Oil Canvas #1MFN
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