B 1925 (Haiti)
Wilmino Domand was born in the mountains outside of Jacmel and sustained himself with a small coffee farm. He is a central figure in a talented painting dynasty being a cousin, and pupil, of Castera Bazile whilst having inspired and taught his cousin, Celestin Faustin. Domond’s work reflected his peasant life depicting women at markets and washing in the rivers, and cock-fights, agricultural practices as well as some religious ceremonies.
His work is included in the permanent collections the Davenport Museum of Art, Iowa, and the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut.