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Jheronimus / Jeroen Bosch (1450-1516) English: How should we interpret the Africans in the work by Hieronymus Bosch? Positive? Negative? Did he really see Africans in the Netherlands? In recent months I was approached twice by collaborators at the exhibition on Hieronimous Bosch in Den Bosch for information. The above questions, and other questions, passed. …

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108 (Black is beautiful, Rubens to Dumas catalogue) Karel Appel,Portrait of a negro (title) 1945 Ink and chalk on paper, 29.5 x21.8 cm Gemeentemuseum The HagueCollection, Although Karel Appel did not become seriously interested in African visual language until 1947, he produced this expressionist Portrait of a negro in 1945. The work shows a blue man with red apple cheeks. The …

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Zowel de Nederlandse taal, de Nederlandse jeugdcultuur als de Nederlandse beeldende kunsten ondervinden op dit moment invloed van het Caribische gebied en de zwarte cultuur uit de Verenigde Staten. Zwarte en witte, Zuid- en Noord-Amerikaanse, Afrikaanse en Europese nationaliteiten en identiteiten lopen door elkaar heen in de dagelijkse wereld en ook in de kunstwereld. Zwarte …

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The Dutch language, Dutch youth culture and the Dutch visual arts are currently subject to great influence from the Caribbean and black culture from the United States. Nationalities and identities – black and white, North and South American, African and European – all are mixed up in everyday life and in the art world. Black …

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95 (Black is beautiful, Rubens to Dumas cat 2008) Jan Sluijters 1881 –1957 Negress with a red scarf (Tonia Stieltjes) c. 1922, Oil on canvas, 103 x 81 cm Drents Museum, Assen, on long-term loan from Mrs E. Gerritsen-Sluijters, (2008) Now Singer Museum Laren 96 (Black is beautiful, Rubens to Dumas cat 2008) Jan Sluijters …

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What struck me:There are more and more pieces with black people and “Moors” or “Turks”. The market is clearly changing. Hopefully a few museums will follow this tendency in the market. A number of works were sold, I heard   A few examples   All photos on this site are not intended for any commercial …

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English below                                                                                                                                                         Bij de grote Rubens, Van Dijck en Jordaens tentoonstelling, in de Hermitage in Amsterdam, was de film Zwart belicht van Tessa Boerman te zien. De film werd gemaakt naar aanleiding van de tentoonstelling Black is beautiful Rubens tot Dumas in de Nieuwe Kerk van Amsterdam 2008. Idee, samenstelling en research Esther Schreuder Tessa …

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