Wilson Bigaud


about the artist


Wilson Bigaud was a Haitian painter Born in Port-au-Prince. He first worked with clay before becoming a painter. In 1950, At the International Exhibit in Washington, D.C., Bigaud won second place for a painting entitled "Paradise." He also painted a mural in the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Port-au-Prince that depicts the Marriage at Cana. He was a member of the artist group founded by Hector Hyppolite. He exhibited internationally and his work is in the collection of Moma in New York CitY.