If you read 19th- and early 20th-century novels, most people are described as either "fair" (blond) or "dark" (brunet.) The examples have expanded as society has become multicultural.The guy in the top picture is a singer Kostas Martakis he's definitely Caucasian - he's Greek. I can imagine that he would have been used as a model for Greek sculpture during that age.He has contributed 80 chapters in international books and he is the author of 230 peer-reviewed, international articles.
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The guy in the top picture is a singer Kostas Martakis he's definitely Caucasian - he's Greek. I can imagine that he would have been used as a model for Greek sculpture during that age. Mediterranean people are known for dark skin, hair, and eyes.
My dad, who is Greek, has a tan complexion with dark hair and eyes.
The phrase "tall, dark, and handsome" is over 100 years old.
In American and British culture, where it originated, we certainly wouldn't have been talking about non-white people in mainstream society at that time.
His research interests include neoangiogenesis and the role of adhesion molecules in the neovasculature.