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African American Artwork

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Tony Foard Raku fired with a textured surface finished with patinated silver leaf African American Art, African Art, African Women, African Prints, African Style, African Fabric, Sculptures Céramiques, Sculpture Art, Bronze Sculpture

Cecilia Colman Gallery

The Cecilia Colman Gallery specialises in unique, hand made modern glass and ceramics as well as unusual and exquisite pieces crafted from metal and wood.

Artist Elizabeth Colomba engages history from the perspective of black women Black Love Art, Black Girl Art, Art Girl, Black Picture, Illustrations, Art And Illustration, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artists, Black Art Painting

Artist Elizabeth Colomba engages history from the perspective of black women

Artist Elizabeth Colomba is Martiniquan by blood, French by birth, and a New Yorker by heart. She was born and raised in France to parents of Martiniquan descent. “At home, we were in the Caribbean. But, as soon as we left the walls of our house, we were in France,” says Colomba. Today she makes her home in New York City. Her hybrid identity is reflected in her artistic corpus. For one, the influence of the Old Masters is clearly visible in her work. A graduate of the Estienne School of Art…

Best of Contemporary Art Week! Kehinde Wiley: Various Works Self-Evident Truths by S. Ross Browne Xin Yin: After Master Qavah the Brave by ~Wes-Talbott Toyin Odutola: Of Another Kind Tamara. Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, Art Girl, Black Girls, Black History, Art History, European History, Tableaux Vivants, Storyboard Artist

People of Color in European Art History

Best of 2014: Contemporary Art Week! • Kehinde Wiley: Various Works • Self-Evident Truths by S. Ross Browne • Xin Yin: After Master • Qavah the Brave by ~Wes-Talbott • Toyin Odutola: Of Another Kind •...

 Elizabeth Colomba Draws Upon Western History and Black Womanhood. Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Paintings, African American Art, African Art, Tableaux Vivants, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Afro Art, Black Artists

Painter Makes Beautiful Past for Black Women

Recently, I saw Elizabeth Colomba's work at the Long Gallery in Harlem,'The Moon is My Only Luxury '. It was not only beautiful, but highly e...

Best of Contemporary Art Week! Kehinde Wiley: Various Works Self-Evident Truths by S. Ross Browne Xin Yin: After Master Qavah the Brave by ~Wes-Talbott Toyin Odutola: Of Another Kind Tamara. Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, Art Girl, Black Girls, Black History, Art History, European History, Tableaux Vivants, Storyboard Artist

People of Color in European Art History

Best of 2014: Contemporary Art Week! • Kehinde Wiley: Various Works • Self-Evident Truths by S. Ross Browne • Xin Yin: After Master • Qavah the Brave by ~Wes-Talbott • Toyin Odutola: Of Another Kind •...

Albert Schindler born in Andělská Hora, République tchèque Portrait of a Gardener and Horn Player in the Household of the Emperor Francis I, 1836 Oil on panel 39 x cm x 12 in. Goldscheider, Renaissance Kunst, Francis I, Canvas Prints, Art Prints, Big Canvas, Painting Canvas, Painting Tips, Watercolor Painting

Portrait of a Gardener and Horn Player in the Household of the Emperor Francis I, 1836. Albert Schindler, Austrian, 1805-1861

Creole in a Red Headdress . by Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans entitled " Creole in a Red Headdress", circa Black History Facts, Art History, European History, Louisiana Creole, Blonder Bob, Portraits, African American History, American Women, Black People

Shocking History: Why Women of Color in the 1800s Were Banned From Wearing Their Hair in Public

Woman in Tignon credit “Did you know that in late 18th century Louisiana, black and multiracial women were ordered to cover their hair in public?” My sister asked me. “WOW. Really?” I replied. I'd …

Interview: Powerful Photos of Black Women in White European Nobility Gowns - Art ideas Black Women Art, Beautiful Black Women, Black Art, Black Royalty, Montage Photo, Afro Art, African American Art, African Art, Portraits

Interview: Powerful Photos of Black Women in White European Nobility Gowns

A chat with fine art photographer Fabiola Jean-Louis about her powerful series 'Rewriting History' which aims to help celebrate the beautiful, and sometimes brutal, heritage of African Americans. The photos mimic European portraiture of the 15th to 19th centuries, but with a twist.

We Can Do It - 18 x 24 Print - Delta Sigma Theta This work by Lindsey Jordan was inspired by the history and legacy of Delta Sigma Theta.not a delta but love seeing this portrait with a woman of color! Black Girl Art, Black Women Art, Black Girl Magic, Black Art, Delta Sigma Theta, My Black Is Beautiful, Black Love, Delta Girl, By Any Means Necessary

We Can Do It

"We Can Do It" - 18 x 24 Print - Crimson & Cream This work by Lindsey Jordan was inspired by the history and legacy of Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated, and the strength of such a woman's character and will. She is not encouraged to be strong, nor must she remind her sisters that she is. The strength and fortitude of her inner being permeates all she does, and the service she lives to her family, church, community, and the world. (Framing not included.) Delivered unframed and poster rolled.

S is for soul sister. — Alphabet cards used in Chicago public schools in the I'm going to look into this Black Power, Jean Julien, Ufc, Chicago Public Schools, Berlin, Side Eye, Pose, Soul Sisters, My Black Is Beautiful

“Black ABCs” by the Society for Visual Education in Chicago, Illinois (1970)

Three Generations of an African-American family fine art print by Melinda Byers. Art Black Love, Black Girl Art, African American Art, African Art, American Women, Art Noir, Arte Black, Renaissance Kunst, Black Art Pictures

Melinda Byers

The Fourth Generation Three Generations Grace Revisited In Her Loving Arms I In Her Loving Arms II In My Footsteps Baby’s Breath Tea Party Romance Novel Sister’s Bible Study When I Grow…

Leroy, (A Lot of Learning) Black Art Painting, Black Artwork, Black Love Art, Black Girl Art, Black Man, African Artwork, African American Artist, American Artists, Black Art Pictures

Campbell, Leroy, (Still Standing)

"Still Standing" by Leroy Campbell 20 x 30 inches limited edition hand embellished giclee print on canvas, edition of 100 -- unframed LEROY CAMPBELL Charleston, South Carolina native and New York City ripened fine artist Leroy Campbell’s work is “...Riveting, stirring the soul and transporting the mind into the dreams of our elders...”. - Mikki Taylor Having no formal training, Campbell’s work is inspirited with such venerated artists as Jacob Lawrence and Charles Motley infused…

“In my work I am telling the story—this African American side—of the American life. Deborah Roberts, Fine Arts Major, Faith Ringgold, African American Artwork, African Traditions, American Quilt, Frederick Douglass, Museum Exhibition, African American Hairstyles

Depth, History, and Reverence: The Intricacies of Bisa Butler’s Quilted Portraits

For 20 years, Bisa Butler has been creating exquisite quilted portraits that honor the African American tradition of quilting and reveal a vision all her own. A new show features seven of her latest portraits.

Ferdinand Victor Eugène Delacroix - Woman in a Blue Turban, Oil on canvas, Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA William Turner, African History, African Art, European History, Art History, Ferdinand, Romanticism Artists, Dallas Museums, Vintage Black Glamour

Vintage Black Glamour by Nichelle Gainer

Portrait of a Woman in a Blue Turban by Eugene Delacroix, c. 1827