Explore African Artwork, Black Queen, and more!

by Stephen Hamilton

by Stephen Hamilton 💕

by Stephen Hamilton

by Stephen Hamilton

by Stephen Hamilton ❤

by Stephen Hamilton ❤

Linda Rowell stevens

Pele, giclée print by Linda Rowell Stevens

Pele, Hawaiian Volcano Goddess ~ oil painting by Linda Rowell Stevens

Maferefun todos los dias OSHUN en nuestras vidas,te amo madre linda.

OSHUN: every day in our lives , our mother has us.

"Mama Legba" by Elizabeth Colomba, 2011

Mama Legba: In Haitian Voodoo, Papa Legba is the intermediary between the loa…

abraham-janssens-la-sibila-agripina-museos-y-pinturas-juan-carlos-boveri

africans in western art 1400 - Yahoo Image Search Results

New Orleans artist Jon Guillaume ☆ Love ☆ ❤♔Life, likes and style of Creole-Belle ♥

New Orleans artist Jon Guillaume ☆ Love ☆ ❤♔Life, likes and style of Creole-Belle ♥

Oya is the goddess of volatile emotion and its expressions in nature:

Drawn by the wonderful Tattered Dreams It makes me so happy, She looks so strong and majestic! Oya by Tattered Dreams

Yemanjá by Felipe Caprini

Yemanjá by Felipe Caprini

Voodoo: Slaves transported from Africa to the Caribbean brought their voodoo beliefs with them; Europeans identified them with witchcraft and there are many similarities

Marie Laveau - Voodoo Queen of New Orleans / The images of New Orleans' artist, Dimitri Fouquet, of his original oil paintings as featured on Dr.

Ogun

Ogun by Felipe Caprini

Dido Elisabeth Belle (1761 - 1804), the first British aristocrat of African descent. Born to an enslaved African woman, Maria Belle, and Sir John Lindsay, eventually an Admiral in the British Navy. She was brought up by her father's uncle, William Murray, Lord Chief Justice. She was depicted in 2013 in a beautiful movie: Belle.    Seen here in a close-up of a painting with cousin Lady Elizabeth Murray by Johann Zoffany (1779)

People of Color in European Art History: Dido Elizabeth Belle

short gown 18th century - variety. | Feast of the Hunters Moon ...

“Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home, at the Brooklyn Museum, examines the conspicuous consumption of Spanish colonials.

Obá- Mãe Guerreira - de Felipe Caprini

Obá- Mãe Guerreira - de Felipe Caprini

felipe luiz caprini - Pesquisa Google

felipe luiz caprini - Pesquisa Google

Pinterest
Search