Anonymous Black American Portraits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Unknown American maker. Studio portrait, 1940s–50s. Photograph: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Author: Victor Ochieng It’s indeed true that pictures tell a thousand stories and Fredrick Douglass was not wrong in his speech when he said, “To the eye and spirit, pictures are just what poetry and music are to the ear and heart.” The […]

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