Haiti-born painter Daleus Wilfrid operated a studio and gallery, Daleus Museum and Art Gallery on Northeast Second Avenue in Little Haiti until he was served with an eviction notice earlier this year. He died on Sunday, Dec. 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was 68.
Haiti-born painter Daleus Wilfrid operated a studio and gallery, Daleus Museum and Art Gallery on Northeast Second Avenue in Little Haiti until he was served with an eviction notice earlier this year. He died on Sunday, Dec. 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was 68. Patrick Farrell Pfarrell@Miamiherald.com
Haiti-born painter Daleus Wilfrid operated a studio and gallery, Daleus Museum and Art Gallery on Northeast Second Avenue in Little Haiti until he was served with an eviction notice earlier this year. He died on Sunday, Dec. 10 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He was 68. Patrick Farrell Pfarrell@Miamiherald.com

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