As a child prodigy Hyacinthe began to make art free of rules and preconceived ideas. The art and vision of Hyacinthe Baron impart the essence of emotion in masterly refined images.
The Gypsy lifestyle of Hyacinthe's childhood nurtured the freedom of spirit, the artist's most cherished possession. Without formal education, yet with an inherent understanding, the creator uncovered her genius and talent...alone.
Hyacinthe Baron creates outside the mainstream. Isolated from the academic world at fifteen Hyacinthe has continued for more than 40 years to reach the world and her collectors through innumerable exhibitions in galleries and publication of her books. Hyacinthe's art is in The Smithsonian and other museums and public and private collections.
In the 70's Hyacinthe Baron pioneered the first woman's gallery on Madison Avenue in New York City.
In the 80's Hyacinthe created the hand painting industry as chronicled in the national media and the New York Times. The artist innovated textile designs for Mary Mcfadden, Givency, Sasson,Charles James, Oscar DeLaRenta, Halston and other designers and manufacturers.
Biography provided by the author, June 2002.