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Gingerbread Gallery

| Marina Port la Royale, Marigot, St Martin / St Maarten
+590 590 87-7321
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Fun spot with unusual collection

We entered from the back street and the helpful lady operating the gallery had to walk the length... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
2Bishop
,
Knoxville, Tennessee
Interesting gallery

We were walking on the marina side of the gallery and the woman inside opened the "back door" so we... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
wendave2
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Toronto, Canada
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Gingerbread Gallery is Haitian Art Gallery owned for more than 30 years by family Seitre. Simone Seitre was a passionate collector who bought from famous artists in the 80's and 90's directly in Haiti. Result is an amazing collection of paintings, sculptures, decorations. Something to find for everybody in a very wide range of prices.
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  • Very good21%
  • Average7%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
20 Apr 2017
“Fun spot with unusual collection”
14 Mar 2017
“Interesting gallery”
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| Marina Port la Royale, Marigot, St Martin / St Maarten
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+590 590 87-7321
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

We entered from the back street and the helpful lady operating the gallery had to walk the length of the property to let us inside. She was quite friendly and very knowledgeable regarding the local artists represented in the collection. We spent quite a bit...More

Thank 2Bishop
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We were walking on the marina side of the gallery and the woman inside opened the "back door" so we didn't have to go around to the street entrance. Very kind. The gallery is interesting with lots of Haitian art and some local artists' work...More

Thank wendave2
Julia S, Owner at Gingerbread Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 30 April 2017

Hello and thank you for your ranking! As a matter of fact, both doors can be used, whereas on the marina or on the street. It is only that for security reason and the gallery being so vast, we cannot let both doors opened all...More

Reviewed 17 May 2016

Good selection of paintings. Persons who work there are very polite and helpful like in every place in the island.

Thank raisa225
Reviewed 11 February 2016

this was on our itinerary , it was very interesting , local artist add to this collection, easy to find, and worth the visit, had lunch in the area and spent time walking it off looking at the art,recomend Enjoy

Thank patrick l
Reviewed 30 December 2014

Haïtian Art is fully represented in this exceptional gallery thanks to a total and magnanime commitment of its regretted founder Simone Seitre. She was one the first promoters of this exceptional art, which is full of life, energy and imagination and has been designed by...More

1  Thank Arnauld A
Reviewed 24 December 2014

I discovered Haitian native painting thanks to the founders of this gallery, Simone Seitre and her son Roland, some years ago. With my family, we pay a visit there each time we are on holidays in this area. This place is the evidence of years...More

Thank FranckH-Paris
Reviewed 31 July 2014

We encountered this gallery by accident: we had no idea there was a Haitian art gallery on St Maarten. I collect Haitian art, too: I have 233 paintings by that country's artists -- and I began collecting a decade before this gallery's founder. In my...More

1  Thank nedhop
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