est. 1974
presents HAITIAN ART

This is Archive Room Z21. Haitian Art by Frantz Zephirin

For a biography and Photograph of Zephirin, click here.

The two paintings below belong to a woman of excellent taste who is downsizing to live on a sailboat and
wants to see them go to a good home so is offering them at bargain prices. These paintings are priced at pre-New Yorker cover prices.

#FZJW Frantz Zephirin
"Dambala & Aida Wedo"
16x12 Acrylic on canvas
1997 $2400
Sale! $1000

#2152 Frantz Zephirin
16x12 Acrylic on Canvas
"Grande Brigitte"
1999 $2400 Framed in silver frame
SALE! $1000




#2154 Frantz Zephirin
16x12" Acrylic on Canvas
"Aristide and Uncle Sam"
1999 $800 Framed sold June 2001

#2160 Frantz Zephirin
10x8 Acrylic on canvas
"Anaconda Eating Man"
1999 $450 framed sold
($500 framed in Gold)

* There's a Haitian proverb that says it's better to be eaten by a snake than by a fish, because when the snake eats you, you suffocate almost immediately, but the fish nibbles and nibbles and it takes forever to die.

Direct Access to the Zephirin Archive,
paintings that have been sold, via the hot pink box below
Room Z1 Room Z2 Room Z3 Room Z4 Room Z5 Room Z8 Room Z9
Room Z10 Room Z11 Room Z12 Room Z13 Room Z14 Room Z17 Room Z19
Room Z20 Room Z21
Room Z22 Room Z23 Room Z26 Room Z27
Direct access to rooms that contain some Zephirin paintings that are available,
as of August 2007 , via the pale turquoise box below.
Room Z6 Room Z7 Room Z15 Room Z16 Room Z18 Room Z24
Room Z25 Room Z28 Room Z29 Room Z30 Room Z31 Room Z32
Room Z33 Room Z34 Room Z35 Room Z36 Room Z37 Room Z38