Egyptian Relief fragment head of a lady wall plaque art Sculpture 8.75" www.Neo-Mfg.com Museum reproduction
Size 8.75" wide x 5" tall
Museum reproduction, Mold made from a print of the original work on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien also has been on display at the Metropolitan museum art
This relief fragment probably comes from the wall of a private grave. It shows a woman's head turned to the left. She wears a wig of strands and pigtails, which partially obscure the disk-shaped earrings. An ornate ribbon is wound around the woman's head. Above the woman's forehead is an inflated lotus flower. There are make-up marks on the eye and the brow. Under the eye tears are probably reproduced with fine lines. Typical of the time from which the relief comes, is the representation of the wrinkles on the neck.
PERIOD: New Kingdom
DATED: 19th dynasty, beginning of the 13th century BC Chr.
DIMENSIONS: H 22,6 cm, W 25,6 cm, D 4,4 cm
PROVENANCE: 1821 Acquisition by EA Burghart in Egypt
LAST PHOTO IS THE ORIGINAL IN THE MUSEUM
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