Fabolon Blaise was born in 1959 in Cap Haitian and died in Port-au-Prince in 1985. Following in the footsteps of his brothers, Saint-Louis and Serge Moleon Blaise, Fabalon devoted himself to painting in 1975. He began with landscapes, and later specialized in historical scenes inspired by folklore and voodoo. He is remembered as a taciturn, sometimes irascible, but nevertheless endearing character.
1983 - Musee International d'Art Naif, Nice, France
1983 - Galerie Bukowskis, Zurich, Switzerland
1984 - Bacardi Gallery, Miami, Florida
1984 - Meridian House International, Washington, D.C.
1986 - International Art Exposition, New York, N.Y.
1986 - A.H. Riise Gallery, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin
1988 - Galerie Savannah Blue, Tampa, Florida
1988 - Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, France
1991 - Le Musee d'Art Haitien, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Books and Catalogues
1983 - Peinture Haitienne, pp. 46-47
1983 - Le Paradis Et Les Naifs, p. 221
1986 - La Peinture Haitienne, pp. 86, 204
1988 - HAITI Art Naif - Art Vaudou, 57-59
Musee d'Art Naif de Max Fourny, Paris, France