egyptian-art

egyptian art

From Hotlanta to Houston: A Carlos Museum conservation specialist shares her work prepping artifacts for travel
July 11, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

Hi everyone! My name is Alexis North, and I am working at the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University this summer preparing a group of objects from their collection to come to Houston to be installed in the new Hall of Ancient Egypt. I am currently a third-year graduate student at the UCLA/Getty Program […]

Educator How-To: Create your own ancient Egyptian art using frontalism
May 31, 2013 · 1 Comment

Ancient Egyptian artists adhered to strict rules when producing works of art. The human form was depicted with the head in profile, eye drawn in full, torso forward-facing, and legs in profile — one foot in front of the other. This style, known as frontalism, gave the figures a sense of formality. Whether standing or […]



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