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“Black Lives Have Mattered for Thousands of Years:” A Photo Story By Kehinde Wiley  “I stand on the shoulders of many great artists whose work emphasizes the importance of diversity in American society.” ~ Kehinde Wiley   Women of colour color, Beautiful, Black women, Black girls, Dark skin, Beauty, Black fashion style, Brown women skin girls, Melanin, Ebony, elegant black models public figures bloggers celebrities, elegance, respectful fun style

"Black Lives Have Mattered for Thousands of Years": A Photo Story Photographed By Kehinde Wiley

The Lamentation Over the Dead Christ, Renaissance Andrea Mantegna 1480, Kehinde Wiley 2008

The Lamentation Over the Dead Christ, Renaissance Andrea Mantegna 1480, Kehinde Wiley 2008

Just saw this piece by Kehinde Wiley at the Contemporary Jewish Museum last weekend. Love it, especially the reference to astrology behind the figure's head.

Triple Portrait of Charles I by Kehinde Wiley, 2007.  Oil and enamel on three canvases  © Kehinde Wiley

Triple Portrait of Charles I Kehinde Wiley, 2007 Oil and enamel on three canvases Three stretchers each measuring: x cm Rubell Family Collection, Miami

Kehinde Wiley Photo Credit: Arrested Motion

Openings: Kehinde Wiley – “The World Stage: Brazil” @ Roberts & Tilton « Arrested Motion

kehinde wiley | Kehinde Wiley. Equestrian Painting of the Duke of Lerma. 2005.

kehinde wiley paints brown and black skin dnividuals using old master paintings as inspiration

Kehinde Wiley - artnau | artnau

Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley Blends Hip-Hop With Renaissance To Make Beautiful Art. Kehinde Wiley is a New York based painter from Los Angeles who has situated himself firmly within art history’s tradition of portrait painting.

Kehinde Wiley On the World Stage: A Conversation With the Artist

Kehinde Wiley On the World Stage: A Conversation With the Artist

Kehinde Wiley Studio The Chancellor Seguier on Horseback, 2005 Oil and enamel on canvas x

kehinde wiley: jerry valdes after titian's tizanio vecellio

Jerry Valdes, After Titians (Tiziano Vecellio) Repentant Mary Magdalene, Black Light series, Photograph 2009 by Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley, Portrait of Jose Alberto de la Cruz Diaz, 2016, 183 x 153 cm. Photo courtesy Galerie Templon, Paris and Brussels.

Pearls in the Desert: Highlights from Dubai Art Week 2016

Kehinde Wiley, Portrait of Jose Alberto de la Cruz Diaz, 183 x 153 cm. Photo courtesy Galerie Templon, Paris and Brussels.

paintings by Jacques-Louis David and Kehinde Wiley

A look at how Jacques-Louis David and Kehinde Wiley use negative space in their paintings

Acting in accordance with Chairman Mao's instructions means victory.

Kehinde Wiley Studio - Acting in Accordance with Chairman Mao's Instructions Means Victory, 2007 Oil on canvas x

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