Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum Haitian Art Collection

The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education. 30,000 works of art. 400,000+ visitors a year. 125 years of collecting art. From its roots in Milwaukee’s first art gallery in 1888, the Museum has grown today to be an icon for Milwaukee and a resource for the entire state.

Enter the Oungan, 1950
Enter the Oungan, 1950
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The Crucifixion of Charlemagne Peralte for Freedom, 1970
The Crucifixion of Charlemagne Peralte for Freedom, 1970
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The Thinking Woman (La Femme qui Pense), 1947
The Thinking Woman (La Femme qui Pense), 1947
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L'Amour du Calvaire, 1960
L'Amour du Calvaire, 1960
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Marche Poissons, pre 1957
Marche Poissons, pre 1957
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Saint Francis and the Infant Jesus, 1946-48
Saint Francis and the Infant Jesus, 1946-48
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Communal Fieldworkers [Konbit], 1971
Communal Fieldworkers [Konbit], 1971
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The Virgin (La Vierge), 1946
The Virgin (La Vierge), 1946
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The Siren [Lasuréne (La Siréne)], 1946
The Siren [Lasuréne (La Siréne)], 1946
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Le Metrés Siréne, 1946
Le Metrés Siréne, 1946
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Ezili and Her Earthly Court, 1946
Ezili and Her Earthly Court, 1946
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Flower Carnival (Carnaval des Fleurs), 1973
Flower Carnival (Carnaval des Fleurs), 1973
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Recall of the Dead, 1973
Recall of the Dead, 1973
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Reparing Hides for Tanning and Coloring, 1952
Reparing Hides for Tanning and Coloring, 1952
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Petwo Ceremony Commemorating Bwa Kayiman, 1950
Petwo Ceremony Commemorating Bwa Kayiman, 1950
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Coumbite [Konbite Communal Fieldwork], 1953
Coumbite [Konbite Communal Fieldwork], 1953
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