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Nicole Jean-louis-neg Mawon Haiti 1791 Poster featuring the painting Neg Mawon Haiti 1791 by Nicole Jean-Louis
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Neg Mawon Haiti 1791 poster by Nicole Jean-Louis.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Nicole, wow! This is so powerful! Brimming with story!! fav/like :)

Thank you so much Felipe!

WOW, this is a very powerful work of art. You are not only a gifted painter but an amazing story teller. The Maroon history was well described by you.

Shoal, I greatly appreciate your favorable and approving comment. Thank you very much!

Thank you Petko!

Thank you Petko!


Thank you Petko!

beautiful and powerful!

Thank you so much Petko!

Beautiful work.

Thank you so much Valery!

As usual Great work...F/V

Thank you so much Bobby!!

Breathtaking story-teller painting! Everything in this picture is so eloquent, that one does not need any description to understand the drama behind it! Brilliant historical masterpiece Nicole! v,f

I greatly appreciate your enthusiastic comment Giarda!

It let me vote again!~such a great and powerful work!

Thank you so much, Lenore! I greatly appreciate your high regard toward my work.

Its so tragical history and its reflecting greatly people sufferings in your painting, and its not dogs fault to hunt them, they just have trained for this...

Hi Jenny! you are perfectly right; those dogs have been trained. I thank you so much for your compassionate comment.

Returned to give this one another vote...a work of historical significance and power.

Thank you so much, Lenore. I greatly value your positive reception!

This Haitian Spartacus looks great in your painting, Nicole, and certainly this is a noble mission you took upon yourself: preserve memory in visual art! I wish I had the leisure and the will to do the same for my people...fav and v.

Ion, you really make me laugh, "Haitian Spartacus", LOL!! Yes, Ion, I do this with a passion, for, Haitian history is so rich. Thank you so much, Ion, for your words of appreciation, and the V/F.

Amazing dynamic painting. You created a great composition that tells the story well. f/v

Welcome to my site, Cori! I thank you so much for your great words of appreciation.

Once the world econmy changes I will consider buying a painting from Nicole. What an original painter. She puts everything into it. Composition, colour textures its all there, wonderful. I will try and copy some of her ideas in my photography.

Welcome to her site, David! She will be pleased for you to have one of her paintings. She thanks you for your very positive comment.

Came back to vote for this one again. This is so fierce and ferocious! What a story to tell. Excellent!

Hi, Lenore! you are always welcome! thank you so much!

very interesting and wonderful composition fave

Thank you, Negoud, for your nice words of appreciation.

Nicole I learn so much from your wonderful paintings and detailed narratives. "Le Negre Marron" a symbol of freedom and reminder of the past could not be destroyed. Not even by a earthquake. v/f

Very powerful and positive comment, Bob. Thank you so much.

Nicole, a beautiful and important contribution to all of our understanding of the history of this terrible period in world a time when there is so much human trafficking in the world, it is wise of us to remember the struggle of others, black and white, and to do all in our personal power to see that we live in a world safe from exploitation of any kind, religious, political, economical, sexual or any form that steals humanity and freedom from the human race..."no man is an island..."

Welcome to my site, David. I thank you very much!

Nicole, you have a rich, beautiful and powerful portfolio. I want to honor the truth and courage in this story and the story-telling. An excellent work, Bravo!

Welcome to my site, Mars! I thank you very much!!!

Nicole~Although featured in Our World Gallery, I didn't comment at the time. This is such a powerful work that speaks to Haitian history, but also of course, the United States. For those of Anglo-Saxon ancestry with any sense of social justice, this hits deep into our collective guilt. Guilt is only useful to teach lessons. It's a lesson worth learning. Vote & fave.

Very well said, Lenore. Thank you so much. Peace.

Very Remarkable Nicole. I love Everything on this Piece.

Welcome to my site, Corey. Thank you very much!

What a powerful expression of a history so cruel and tragic that we of the modern world can scarcely believe it -- but we know it is true from countless accounts passed down to us. Not only that, the scars of these atrocities are still seared into our souls. Whether decended from slave-owners or slaves (or both, as I am) the truth of past crimes will never be forgotten. This painting is a strong and compelling testament to that.

Very well said, Dawn. Thank you, very very much. Peace...

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"Neg Mawon" is the Haitian Creole for English: "Black Maroon"; French translation: "Le Negre Marron". Maroon is a fugitive runaway slave. We, Haitian artists could be the story teller of our History. We can preserve memory in visual art. This memory may be atrocious, utterly revolting. It could be a flagrant human injustice. Slaves were brought from Africa to America and the Caribbean Islands. Slaves were property of the slave owner. Slaves ran away for many different reasons; mostly for mistreatments. Haitian slaves ran away because they rebelled against slavery. Those rebellions started since 1791. Haiti became independent in 1804 after a successful revolt against France; Haiti then became a new nation. The maroon is armed with his machete; the same one used to cut sugarcane in the sugarcane plantation. The maroons live on mountaintops, and created independent settlements, (Le Marronage). Dogs were trained for chasing the maroons. Those dogs fed upon black flesh. Those dogs were trai...

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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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