Alejandro Alsina

(1951, Santo Domingo) According to his account, "one day I arrived at the house of a master named Jaime Corcho. He told me to join there, and that's where I continued painting." Alejandro Alsina has been painting in the streets for over 50 years, and his works are featured in many galleries in the Dominican Republic. Alsina remains faithful to his naturalistic style, using large brushes and oil paint tubes.


Self-taught Haitian Naïf painter whose vibrant colors depict nature and the lives of people in rural areas.


Haitian painter who portrays jungle scenes reminiscent of distant memories from the African continent, which are deeply embedded in the subconscious of Haitian artists.


Haitian painter depicting everyday life scenes in Haiti, particularly the colorful markets in the capital, where many people make a living through street vending.

Bresil Henry Robert

(1952-1999) Born in Gonaives (HAITI). Bresil moved to the capital of Haiti (Port-au-Prince) in 1973, where he began studying at the School of Fine Arts. He won significant awards, including THE PRIZE OF HONOR MUSEUM OF HAITIAN ART ST PIERRE COLLEGE IN 1980. His works are displayed in major galleries in the United States, Europe, and Japan, where he was honored in 1980 as the best painter for his style of painting (Rain forest paintings) and was the guest of honor in a large exhibition held in Tokyo.


Haitian Naïf painter with a unique style, portraying scenes of everyday life that showcase the beauty, color, and joy of Haitian women.


Haitian painter and son of the renowned Naïf painter Ismael Saintilus. After Ismael's death in 2000, DEROSSIER decided to paint in his father's style, using a finer brush technique.


Haitian painter considered one of the best Naïf painters of the 1970s when Haiti was a major tourist destination. His works are featured in many galleries in the United States, including the National Pantheon Museum of Haiti.


Haitian Naïf-style painter whose work is inspired by the culture and typical music of the Haitian countryside (Gaga), danced during Easter Week. The music accompanying this dance is played on drums and other percussion instruments, featuring a fast and frenetic rhythm.

Lafleur Donaldson

Self-taught Haitian Naïf painter with a unique style, portraying people in bright colors with a strong sense of constant movement.

Lily Honson

Lily, a Haitian artist born to a Haitian mother and an English father, embarked on her painting journey at the age of 16. What sets Lily apart is her nocturnal creative process. Painting exclusively at night, she requires maximum concentration to connect with her universe of supernatural dreamscapes and attain the best inspiration. Lily's unique style has earned her the current title of the best painter in Central America. Her works grace the walls of many galleries across the United States and Europe, showcasing her distinctive talent and the enchanting fusion of her Haitian heritage.


Self-taught Haitian Naïf painter exploring nature, vivid colors, and the warm light of Haitian villages.

Obañel Samedi

(Haiti Cap-Haitien 1948) Successful Haitian painter since the 70s-80s when Haiti was one of the best tourist destinations in the Caribbean. His works are exhibited in some of the largest galleries in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Venezuela, England, France, and the Netherlands. In his sixties, this painter continues to paint in his city despite his advanced age.

Ronald Lindor

Painter and promoter of Haitian Painting since 2004. Started with Naïf painting with the collaboration of veteran Haitian school painters such as Luis Cedon, Lily Honson, Patrick Gonzalez, and Lafleur Donaldson. His art explores nature, vivid colors, and the warm light of Haitian villages.

Saint Louis

Haitian painter whose painting style is a mix of abstract and surrealism, strongly depicting the intertwined movement of people in the unique style of Naïf art.