World History And Anthropology: If Shakespeare was black, then why are the images of him white looking? The Ancient Greeks were black, world history and anthropology ~~~~

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

If Shakespeare was black, then why are the images of him white looking?

By using the talking points of white supremacaist you outed yourself as being white, you can claim you black until your blue in the face but no one believes you.

Shakespeare was white... really?
The Chandos portrait. This portrait is attributed to John Taylor, and dated to about 1610. In 2006, the National Portrait Gallery published a report authored by Tarnya Cooper saying it is the only painting with any real claim to have been done from the life. The Cobbe portrait had not been discovered at that time, but Cooper has since confirmed her opinion. The name arose as it was once in the possession of the Duke of Chandos
Your own source says all paintings of shakespreare are verifyable fakes and phonies except this one.

This is the portrait. Note Shakespeare wears a moors earring in the LEFT EAR, which designates the moor in art

Moor = black
Greek word for black = Mauros
Mauros > Moors

However the following must be noted, it is the only one that hasn't been proven a fake, but it cannot be proven authentic either!

However, she readily acknowledges that the painting's authenticity cannot be proven.[2][8]
Cooper also notes that the painting has been badly damaged by over-cleaning and retouchingParts are abraded and some parts have been slightly altered. The hair has been extended and the beard is longer and more pointed than when originally painted.
abraded: scrape or wear away by friction or erosion.

Knowing that all paintings use a white or yellowish-white background, anyone painted black could be made to appear white by simply scrapping or abrading the paint away. Even your own expert admits the only painting not proven a fraud, but that cannot be proven true, was ALTERED, OVERCLEANED, RETOUCHED AND ABRADED. In otherwords every skin lightening trick in the world was used, and it still didn't even look white or anglo saxon.

The gallery's Dr Tarnya Cooper said that the claim of the Chandos portrait to represent Shakespeare has "increased, but it's not absolutely watertight. We may never find the clincher piece of evidence - though it may yet turn up".

It has, she said, the strongest claim of any of the known contenders to be a true portrait of Shakespeare, six of which go on show today at the gallery's Searching for Shakespeare exhibition. The Chandos portrait was the first painting given to the gallery, in 1856.

-Never mind the white shakespeare have all the marks of fraud like popping up out of nowhere, being held by an overzealot fantatic and being heavily damaged. But even white people admit the above portrait doesn't look white. Because no matter how much you scrub away the black you ain't getting a white

In 1864, one critic, J Hain Friswell, wrote: "One cannot readily imagine our essentially English Shakespeare to have been a dark, heavy man, with a foreign expression, of decidedly Jewish physiognomy, thin curly hair [and] a somewhat lubricious mouth" - an unpleasant xenophobic fantasy, but revealing, perhaps, of an ancestral urge for the national poet not only to have an identifiable face, but look the part.

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