Mammy Contemporary Art: Origins of French Mammy © Ealymaysartworks.com

Title: Origins of French Mammy
Type: Acrylic on Canvass
Year Painted: 2012
Dimensions: L 19.75 (50 cm) W 25.5 (64.7 cm)
Price: $1,500 - Also available in prints and memorabilia

         
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Red, White, and Blue are the colors of the three great colonial powers – France, Britain, and The United States. Mammy on inset of the “Tricolor” (French Flag), yet she remains closer to her the African colors – green, yellow, and red.

Mammy is cries (red) for all the souls who are still not recognized for their contribution to France - including those Senegalese soldiers who fought and died for France.  Since it is frowned upon to be a critic of the French state from within, Mammy cries silently - her only outlet.  She remains voiceless and largely invisible, an outsider within.

 

 


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