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Edward J. Sullivan on Francisco Oller and Caribbean Art

Today we’re very pleased to share some words from eminent scholar Edward J. Sullivan, author of, most recently, From San Juan to Paris and Back: Francisco Oller and Caribbean Art in the Era of Impressionism, which is hot off the presses.  The book offers new insight into both Oller and

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Caribbean Art

When flipping through Caribbean: Art at the Crossroads, the reader will encounter Arnaldo Roche Rabell’s We Have to Dream in Blue. The image is arresting: a dark figure in jungle covering appears from the brush, watching with bright, blue eyes. Whether man or woman; European, African, or Caribbean indigent; the uncommonly

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