People of Color in European Art History

The focus of this blog is to showcase works of art from European history that feature People of Color. All too often, these works go unseen in museums, Art History classes, online galleries, and other venues because of retroactive whitewashing of Medieval Europe, Scandinavia, and Asia. Sometimes it’s just about really looking at artworks you’ve seen many times before, with a fresh perspective. …

excerpt from Mission Statement – People of Color in European Art History

Master of the Aachener Altarpiece

Die Anbetung der Heiligen Drei Könige (Adoration of the Magi)

Germany (c. 1510)

Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen, Berlin.

via Supernaut.info

Source: People of Color in European Art History

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