THE BLACK PORTRAITS       

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  HUMAN RIGHTS PAINTINGS

 

 

These Human Rights paintings, The Black Portraits, record, remember and celebrate the lives of twenty Human Rights Champions of the twenty-first century with twenty stories and twenty paintings.

 

The twenty champions, from around the world, have all been imprisoned or killed defending human rights. Some have now been released and their actual portraits are included in exhibitions when possible.

 

Each painting shows something of the story and the tragedy on a large canvas with the recognisable head of the human rights champion painted only in thick black paint.

 

Exhibition of the paintings and the associated events and schools learning programme give continuing awareness of The Human Rights Champions’ and their fellow citizens’ plight and the governance of their country together with the need for improved social justice in all countries.

 

 

OCTOBER 2020

Please note all the images on this website are copyright Paul Piercy ©.

 

Information on the painter can be found at www.paulpiercy.com

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