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Under the Protection of the Gods Featured Related Images Print

Under the Protection of the Gods

Under the Protection of the Gods: A Fantasy of ancient and Modern Egypt. A drawing by Howard Carter showing a hoopoe in the crack of a wall which has ancient Egyptian paintings. The impression given is of the modern bird being protected by the outstretched wings of the Goddess Nekhbet, the divine vulture. Date: 1951

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Replica Bust of Nefertiti, Germany Featured Related Images Print

Replica Bust of Nefertiti, Germany

Full size plaster replica of a limestone bust of Nefertiti. The original bust of Nefertiti (meaning the beautiful one has come forth') was discovered in 1912. Since then, Nefertiti has become one of the most famous women of the ancient world and an icon of feminine beauty. She was the 14th century BC Great Royal Wife (chief consort) of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. The original bust, now in the Neues Museum, Berlin, is believed to have been crafted in 1345 B.C. by the sculptor Thutmose, because it was found in his workshop in Amarna, Egypt. This bust is an official copy from the early 1900s and bears the stamp of the Berlin Museum and cast number 539 on its base. TRURI : 1946.118

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Ruins in the East, Prosper Marilhat (1811-1847) Featured Related Images Print

Ruins in the East, Prosper Marilhat (1811-1847)

Oil on canvas, French School, 19th century. Oil on canvas, French School, 19th century. Born in Auvergne, central France in 1811, Prosper Marilhat was encouraged to paint from an early age, joining the studio of the French Romantic painter, Camille Roqueplan, in 1829. When he was twenty, after one of his paintings was shown at the Paris Salon of 1831, Marilhat was invited by the diplomat and botanist, Charles von Hugel, to join one of his expedition to the Middle East. As a result, Marilhat spent two years in Egypt, where he took numerous notes and sketches, building his reputation as an orientalist painter. Orientalism, is a term used to describe the 19th century romanticism of the East through painting, poetry and literature. The subject of this painting, Ruins in the East, is typical of the orientalist fantasy and nostalgia that often take the form of ruins. Marilhat's short career focussed on painting Islamic architecture, landscapes and portraits. In modern times, orientalism is seen more critically. In his book, Orientalism, published in 1978, the writer and critic Edward Said denounced orientalist expressions in Western art as demeaning and colonialist

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