"Head of Negro" ca 1618
"His [Oroonoko's] Face was not of that brown, rusty Black which most of that Nation are, but a perfect Ebony, or polish'd Jett" (Behn 13).
"Four Studies of the Head of a Negro" ca 1620
"His Eyes were the most awful that cou'd be seen, and very piercing; the White of 'em being like Snow, as were his Teeth. His Nose was rising and Roman, instead of African and flat. His Mouth, the finest shap'd that cou'd be seen; far from those great turn'd Lips, which are so natural to the rest of the Negroes" (Behn 13).