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Full Circle: the Egypt Tour 2014

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2014 marks my return to Egypt,to do a series of shows in Alexandria and Cairo. 191 more words

Neues Museum

Braces yourselves, yet another post with pictures of museum pictures. Well, actually, monday I had gone to the Charlottenburg Palace first. But the darned place was closed! 709 more words


Sadigh Gallery | Ancient Egyptian Art Auction

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Ancient Art

May the False Door be with You

I have just posted my most recent adventures to my (other) blog, La Vida Aegyptiaca.  You find there a description of my trip to Italy in the second half of July (especially my activities in Rome, Naples and Florence), but I did want to show you some pictures and share some anecdotes of my time in Montepulciano, working with my colleague Egyptologist Francesco Tiradritti. 529 more words


The 22 Periods/ Movements in Art History

Our first in our series on prominent artists, Vincent Van Gogh was well received and I think many of us do not really know much about the history of art, the eras, their characteristics, prominent artists and events that probably influenced them. 1,169 more words

Interesting Fact

Hair in Egyptian Art for Respect and Reverence in Women.

Egyptian artisans of the New Kingdom used hair in their drawings for expressing body movements (dance, body bow…).

This technique, adopted from the way of drawing the professional mourners, was applied to the masculine figures in a respectful attitude. 342 more words