DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION ON EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT AND RACE
This story is found in German, Swiss and Ethiopian cultures.....
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Very few people know about this part of history. I wonder why there are so few, who are aware of so little about past events that have happened.
Portrait of an African Man is a painting by the Netherlandish Renaissance painter Jan Mostaert from between c. 1520 and 1530. The exact subject of the painting has long been unclear. Suggestions include that the subject is Christophle le More (Christopher the Moor), a black archer at the court of Emperor Charles V, or Saint Maurice, who was typically portrayed as black. If it is a portrait of a specific real individual, it appears to be the earliest known portrait of a black man in European painting.
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