Caribbean

From 1984 to 1989, Nusza resided at 95 Beacon Hill on the island of St. Martin in the Netherland Antilles. The majority of her sought-after illustrative paintings of typical Caribbean scenes were created during this period. The work remained naive and because of her talent she was in constant demand for commission work.


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"St. Barths Grocery"

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"Sans Souci"

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"Mr. Brown's Unique Grocery"

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"La Belle Folle"

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"Simpson Market Saturday"

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"A Simpler Life"

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"The Vineyard"

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"Aunt Nony's House"

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"Le Petite Village"

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"Grand Case"

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"International Girl"

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"Kool Baie Sweet Shop"

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"Rushing Home"

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"Sweet Pea"

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"The Last Merry Market"

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"Beach Fruit Stand"

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"The Flower"

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"First Day of School"

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"Limes"

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"Fish Market"

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"Deep Thoughts"

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"Wash Day"

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"Sweet Tooth II"

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"Marigot"

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"Le Jardin Parisienne"

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"Fish Lady"

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"The French Village"

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"The Letter"

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"Fabrics for Sale"

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"Simpson Bay Village"

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"Corossol"

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"A Place in Time"

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"Saturday Morning News"

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"Island Map of Sint Maarten"