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Mother and child. Melinda Byers

"In Her Loving Arms I" Melinda Byers. I like this because it reminds me of Mary Cassatt's impressionist paintings of mother and child.

A collection of gifts, art prints and other home decor featuring images of African-American youth by famous and emerging ethnic artists.

The New it Girls on Behance

The artwork of Jonquel Norwood featuring body positive art and plus size fashion illustration. Female empowerment is the inspiration for this artist.

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…

In Her Loving Arms II is an African-American work of art by Melinda Byers highlighting a smiling mother in a white dress holding her sleeping child in her arms amidst candlelight.

African American Mother's Day Gifts | Mother’s Day Gifts for the African American Community

Mother's Day Gifts for the African American Community

Literary art print depicting an African American woman spending some quality time with her children. Artwork by Mesij and poetry by Shahidah.

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Mother and Child

This illustration is from The Water Babies, a children's novel written by the Reverend Charles Kingsley and illustrated by Jessie Wilcox Smith.

The Water Babies: He Felt the Net Very Heavy

The Water Babies - children's novel written by the Reverend Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Jessie Wilcox Smith

There is power in a Mother's prayer...

I have a sneaking suspicion this is true… “Eventually you realize that the reason God didn’t always answer your prayers is that He was answering your mom’s prayers.” – Robert Brault [Painting: A Mother's Prayer by Sidney Carter]

mama greasin' hair. I remember getting smacked with the brush for not holding my head still while my mother was trying to part my hair.

"Sit still or I'ma pop you with this brush!" Who remembers battling with your heavy handed mama trying to make your hair pretty for the week? Interested in this fab piece of art? This is a Courtney Loveless art piece called "Be Still"

African American Art

'Employment of Negroes in Agriculture' by American artist Earle Wilton Richardson Oil on canvas, 48 x in. via art tattler