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I went to school with this artist. Very impressive. 'Grand Dame Queenie' Artist: Amy Sherald ca. 2012 On view: Baltimore, MD

ELIZABETH CATLETT, “Madonna,” 1982 (lithograph), numbered 160/180. Courtesy Weschler’s | Estimate $3,000-$5,000

Elizabeth Catlett Afro-American), Madonna, Lithograph, Serie of Courtesy Weschler’s

Contributor: Muse Origins I have always looked at these images by Ruud Van Empel with a bit of confusion and fascination.

What's different about Alice is that she has the most incisive way of telling the truth.

What's different about Alice is that she has the most incisive way to tell the truth, Amy Sherald, 54 x 43 inches, Oil on Canvas.

Aretha Franklin was the first female artist inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She won the Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance 8 consecutive times starting in 1968 for “Respect”.  Discover more great facts about music this #Grammy weekend with Legends, Icons & Rebels

Artist Luis Alves' illustration of singer Aretha Franklin from the new book 'Legends, Icons & Rebels' by guitarist-songwriter Robbie Robertson and three collaborators.

Artist ~ Amy Sherald

Artist ~ Amy Sherald

https://churchpop.com/2015/01/08/13-beautiful-non-white-depictions-of-the-blessed-virgin-mary/

john giuliani hopi Mother and Child. I can't believe I found a matted and framed print of this at goodwill.

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When ever I see this model i feel compelled to study here face and skin tones.

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