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Featured Luxor Print

Ancient Egyptian decoration, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Ancient Egyptian decoration, (1898). Examples of architecture and painting from Ancient Egypt: 'Fig 1: Pylon (entrance-tower) with figural representations and hieroglyphics. Louvre, Paris. Fig 2: Cornice of the entablature of the great temple at Philae. Sculpture and painting. Fig 3: Capital from the temple at Luxor, representing full-blown papyrus. 1200 BC. Fig 4: Capital from a temple at Thebes. (Buds-capital). Fig 5: Capital from a portico at Edfu. (Representing a palm-tree). Fig 6: Capital from Thebes, 1200 BC. Represents a papyrus-bud. Fig 7: Mummy-case painting. Figs 8 and 9: Scaly designs. Paintings from tomb-chambers. Louvre, Paris.' Plate 2 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Featured Luxor Print

View of Luxor, 1854. Creator: John Beasley Greene (American, 1832-1856)

View of Luxor, 1854. On the first of three trips to Egypt, John Beasley Greene created some 200 photographs. His work rarely documented favorite tourist sites in a conventionally descriptive manner; rather, he concentrated on poetic landscapes and archaeologically significant monuments. In this haunting photograph of Luxor, Greene's ability to depict expansive pictorial space is clearly evident. By surrounding the low, blocklike forms of the site's architecture with large vistas of vacant desert and sky, he emphasized a feeling of isolation and abandonment.

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Featured Luxor Print

Egypt, Luxor, West Bank, Deir Al Bahri, Reliefs in the Lower chapel of Anubis at the

Egypt, Luxor, West Bank, Deir Al Bahri, Reliefs in the Lower chapel of Anubis at the Temple of Hatshepsut also known as Djeser-Djeseru, Holy of Holies

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