Making Of The Haitian Flag

Nicole Jean-Louis

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Athens, At - Greece

fantastic work and excellent style ! L F !

Katy, TX - United States

What a fabulous painting! Great design and powerful! V/F

Welcome to my site Kyong! Thank you very much!

Nalcrest, FL - United States

Very nice, great painting! v

Thank you so much Zulfiya!

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Nicole,I love this painting,and I am proud of how far you have come and the things you have done for the Hatians. Thanks for the comment. Hugs friend,Marsha FV

Wow! Thank you so much Marsha!

South Beloit, IL - United States

nicely done and the historic subject matter is very interesting. thank you for your kind words.

Thank you very much Shahid! I greatly appreciate your comment!

Cape Town - South Africa

Great design and dramatic colors!

Welcome to my site Michael! Thank you very much!

Toronto - Canada

Lovely historical work. Best wishes for a health and happy New Year.

Thank you so much Johny! My best wishes also for the New Year 2014, Johny!

Ridgefield Park, NJ - United States

This really a Great painting Nicle.

Thank you so much Gregory for your appreciative comment!

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another vote for this wonderful masterpiece!

Thank you so much Lenore! I greatly appreciate your 'revisit'!

Maine - United States

Great description - awesome painting Nicole, I learn so much from your gallery! L/F

Thank you so much Bob!!!! :])

BeiJing, Be - China

Although I did not fully understand the meaning of the painting, but I like this feeling.V.

Hi GuoJun! That's OK. I will be so happy to walk you through... This painting simply illustrates the creation of Haiti's flag in the year 1803. During the battle for independence, the indigenous army wanted their own flag. Dessalines, one of the heroes of our independence, ripped off the white part from the tri-colored colonial French flag and gave the red and blue parts to his goddaughter, Catherine flon, to sew toguether. This is how the Haitian flag was created. By the way, there will be a book exhibit in Bejing, China from August 30, 2013, to Sunday Sept 1, 2013. My artwork book ' History and Culture of Haiti' will be displayed. Thanks GuoJun for visiting my gallery. I appreciate your genuine comment.

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another vote and a pin with acknowledgment for this fave of mine.

Thank you Lenore!

London, mi - United Kingdom

wonderful historical piece lovely illustration and vision great description too so lovely

Thank you very much Gloria! I appreciate your visit.

Whitestone, NY - United States

powerful and expressive,,,vf

Thank you so much Omar!

Glen Rock, Ne - United States

lovely composition, great image - rc

Welcome to my site, Robert! Thank you very much!

Monroe, CT - United States

Excellent work & information VTD

Thank you so much, Karol!

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another vote for this painting, which is just so strikingly excellent!

Thank you so much, Lenore!

Opa Locka, FL - United States

Brilliant piece of art,im familiar with this story,seized the colony from the french tearing of the flag,to create a free Haiti.

Welcome to my site Odinel! Wow! I like your summation of 'our' History!! Thank you so much!! I greatly appreciate your positive comment.

Los Angeles, CA - United States

Love this..and all your work.

Thank you so much, Ana!!

Burnham-on-Crouch, Es - United Kingdom

Nicole, a wonderful historic painting.

Hi Terence! Thank you so much!

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another vote for this. One of my very faves. Excellent & classic work!

Haaaaw!! Thank you soooo much, Lenore!!!

Martinez, GA - United States

this work reminds me of horace pippin

Welcome to my site, William! I must confess, I just research Horace Pippin, and you are right! He has indeed a very distinctive collection of paintings depicting slavery time in the U.S. I had seen the one titled: "The Wipping". Thank you so much, William. I greatly appreciate your visit.

Venice, FL - United States

What a great subject and painting! I really enjoy your work with the brighter colors- it is so lively.

Welcome to my site, Sheila! Thank you very much!

Boise, ID - United States

Great artwork! v/f

Thank you so much, Sandi!!

Gettysburg, PA - United States

Beautiful work, wonderful palette, and interesting information included ! I like your style! V/F

Welcome to my site, Angela! I thank you so much for such a kind comment1

Hicksville, NY - United States

Nice artwork with quite a bit of history attached.

Thank you so much, Jeff! I appreciate your visit!!

Richfield, OH - United States

Nicole, this is so great! The colors and design are fantastic! Fave!

Thank you so much, Joan!

Pittsburgh, PA - United States

Wow! This is Really Great piece Nicole!!!!

Thank you so much, Carmel. I know you enjoy seeing our forefathers all in one place; even Catherine Flon, "fem vanllan!" is present. This is part of our so proud common heritage, Carmel.

Bronx, NY - United States

Today is May 18, 2012. This is the 209 anniversary of the Hiatian flag created in 1803 at the Congress of Arcahaie. This was a celebation week that started from last Monday May 14, to today Friday May 18,2012. Today there was a ceremony held at Arcahaie to celebrate the birth of the flag. The celebration opened with a Te Deum, which is a liturgical Christian hymn of praise to God. The festive was followed by speeches from Haitian officials and the President of Haiti, Michel Martelly; and then school parades and dances were performed. "Bonne fete du drapeau Haitien! Bonne fete a tous les Haitiens!!!

Ankara - Turkey

Faboulous..v/f/like

Welcome to my site, Hayrettin! Thank you very much!

Dublin, Ab - Ireland

Nicole, you had such wonderful style,,love this work with your beautiful touches!

Hi Rosemen! Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment!

Razgrad, Ra - Bulgaria

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Thank you very much, Petko!

Glenshaw, PA - United States

What a wonderful painting!

Welcome to my site, James! Thank you so much!

Oklahoma City, OK - United States

Amazing work and brilliant colors. A true work of art! Fav

Welcome to my site, Betty! Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment!

Burlington, ON - Canada

Love your artwork. having visited Cap Haitian twice 2006 and 2007, your work is reminding me of my experiences there. A total of about 20 days....met some great people there....hope to go back some day....keep up the great work....that is quite the biography of your life in Haiti and evolvement of your painting....thank you Nicole :))

Welcome to my site, Bob! I am glad that you visited the North of Haiti. That is true; my paintings evolve around my experiences in Haiti. Thanks for noticing. I greatly appreciate your wish and very impressive comment :-)

Raleigh, NC - United States

Love this! The colors are stunning :)

Welcome to my site, Raleigh! Thank you very much!

Pueblo, CO - United States

Returned to give this another vote. Just outstanding!

Hi, Lenore! Thank you very much!!

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Awesome Historical painting. Great detail,and perfect colors for this piece. Love your storys with Painting. You have a book. Thanks for sweet comment. Hugs,Marsha F&V

Thank you so very much, Marsha!!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Another brilliant painting with so much rich history behind it, keep up your good work, Nicole ^.^ Fav,vote!

Hi, Oiyee! Thank you so much for your great comment, and the V/F.

London, mi - United Kingdom

what a wonderful work

Hi, Gloria! Thank you so much, Gloria, I greatly appreciate your visit.

Encampment, WY - United States

Wow! What a spectacular, beautiful and heartfelt tribute to Haiti's history, heros and heroines! Stunning work, and wonderful to learn about! v/f

I thank you very much, Dawn, for such a wonderful comment.

Fife, Sc - United Kingdom

Nicole. I have a serious love of social history. I feel your work brings Haitian history to a wider audience through your art and more so through the historic monologue that you take the time to describe. Wonderful and thank you for sharing!!!

Hi, Andrew! I am so happy that you love social history as much as I do. Thank you so much, Andrew, for your positive and approving comment.

Cheshire, MA - United States

This is certainly GREAT Nicole, My complements. thank you

Hi, Len! I thank you so very much!!

Woodbridge, VA - United States

Bravo. Peace, O.

Merci, O. Peace.

Storybrooke, ME - United States

Awesome Nicole and excellent history lesson. v/f

Thank you very much, Bob, for your very appreciative comment!

Anacortes, WA - United States

Awesome!!!!!

Welcome to my site, Paula! Thank you so very much!

Dearborn, MI - United States

What a wonderful tribute to history! I always get a good less while feasting on the beauty of your work!

Hi, Angela! So nice to see you! Thank you very much!!

Dubai, DE - United Arab Emirates

Very beautiful art.

Thank you very much, I J T! I greatly appreciate your visit.

Silicon Valley, CA - United States

Wow, fantastic expression with a history! You really captured and created such a wonderful painting for the beautiful country and people, bravo!! Thank you:-)!

Thank you so much, Xueling for your very appreciative comment!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

Nicole, you're simply brilliant. You show us all so well that ''Historia magistra vitae est'', as Cicero said. Wonderful documentary painting. F,v. _______ Ana

Marcus Cicero, If I remember is the greatest Roman orator, philosopher! Wow! You are so kind, Ana. Thank you so much for such a great compliment, I do appreciate it!

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