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The Making Of The Haitian Flag By Nicole Jean-louis Greeting Card featuring the painting Making Of The Haitian Flag by Nicole Jean-Louis

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...terrific Nicole!!! (and, I'm an old Kingsbridge kid). l/f

Thank you so much Bill!

Great work Nicole, shows a very significant and meaningful expression!!

I appreciate your comment Al. Thank you very much!

Wonderful style and colors!! Great creation. L/F

Thank you so much Anand!

Excellent painting, Nicole, with such a beautiful composition. The description is very interesting, too! LF

Thank you so much Mona. I appreciate your wonderful comment.

fantastic work and excellent style ! L F !

Welcome to my site Antonis! Thank you very much!!

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

Welcome to my site Kyong! Thank you very much!

Very nice, great painting! v

Thank you so much Zulfiya!

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!

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!

Great design and dramatic colors!

Welcome to my site Michael! Thank you very much!

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!

This really a Great painting Nicle.

Thank you so much Gregory for your appreciative comment!

Another vote for this wonderful masterpiece!

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

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

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

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.

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

Thank you Lenore!

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

Thank you very much Gloria! I appreciate your visit.

powerful and expressive,,,vf

Thank you so much Omar!

lovely composition, great image - rc

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

Excellent work & information VTD

Thank you so much, Karol!

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

Thank you so much, Lenore!

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.

Nicole, a wonderful historic painting.

Hi Terence! Thank you so much!

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

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

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Artist's Description

This is an historic illustration, documentary painting of Haiti's first banner. The setting is on the "Merotte Plantation", at a secret Congress meeting held at Arcahaie, from May 14 to May 18, 1803. Arcahaie is a town located outside of Port-au-Prince. ----To be noted: The heroes in uniform are of an epic representation of them at the time of the Haitian Revolution of 1804. Their uniforms are in Public Domain, meaning, the uniforms are publicly available as their copyright has expired. Only my artwork is copyright, and can not be reproduced, or used for derivative works. First, I will introduce the 4 national heroes portrayed in my painting; they are: Jean-Jacques Dessalines, Henry Christophe, Alexandre Petion, and Catherine Flon. They are the heroes who created Haitian's highly revered patriotic symbol, the Haitian's flag. A description will follow each hero. Then, I will introduce the chronological events starting from the Haitian Revolution in 1791 to the Haitian flag creation i...

About Nicole Jean-Louis

Nicole Jean-Louis

COPYRIGHT NOTICE ALL MY ARTWORK IS REGISTERED COPYRIGHT WITH ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRINTS OWNERS, OR ORIGINALS OWNERS CAN NOT COPY, REPRODUCE, REDISTRIBUTE, TRANSMIT, OR MANIPULATE IN ANY WAY MY PAINTINGS WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION FROM THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER , NICOLE JEAN-LOUIS. “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from the Almighty. All gifts that truly bless us are God’s gifts…” James 1:17 My name is Nicole Jean-Louis, my maiden name is Nicole Faublas. I was born in Port-au –Prince, Haiti. When I was nine years old, my grandfather, Luc Beauboeuf, inspired me to discover my artistic talent. Every sketch that I’ve made was greeted with profuse praises by my grandfather. “Draw me some more”, he will say to me. Every day...

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