The Art of Ancient Egypt: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Applied Art

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LIST OF COLOURED PLATES
Horus Falcon. Polished basalt. Saïte Period, about 600 B. C. Paris, Louvre (Frontispiece).
Woman grinding corn. Limestone. Dynasty V, about 2650 B. C. Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum. (After fig. 76.)
Limestone bust of Queen Nofretete. Dynasty XVIII, about 1370 B. C. Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum. (After fig. 130.)
Head of a Princess. Quartz. Dynasty XVIII, about 1370 B. C. Paris, Louvre. (After fig. 138.)
Men rowing. Painted limestone relief. From Hatshepsut's temple at Deir-el- Bahari. About 1500 B. C. Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum. (After fig. 225.)
Limestone relief. From a tomb of Dynasty XVIII, about 1400 B. C. Paris, Louvre. (After fig. 236.)
Presentation of herds of cattle. From a mural painting in a tomb at Thebes. Dynasty XVIII, about 1400 B. C. London, British Museum. (After
fig. 252.)
Small Carvings. Hedgehog (faience), head of a cat (bronze), head of a cynocephalus (sandstone). New Kingdom and Late Period. Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum. (After fig. 323.)

For these coloured plates we have used our own colour blocks prepared from four partial negatives. The reproduction of the limestone bust of Queen Nofretete in the Egyptian Museum at Berlin was made after a plate in the volume: ' 44. Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichung der deutschen Orientgesellschaft: Borchardt, "Porträts der Königin Nofret-ete", Leipzig 1923.' The publishers of this work, the J. C. Hinrichs'sche Buchhandlung, Leipzig, have kindly granted us their permission for this reproduction.

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The Art of Ancient Egypt: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Applied Art
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Introduction 9
  • The Reproductions 23
  • I - Architecture 25
  • II - Sculpture in the Round 80
  • III - Reliefs 200
  • IV - Painting 228
  • V - Applied Arts 272
  • Geographical Index 281
  • List of Coloured Plates 283
  • Origin of the Photographs 284
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