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Mummy Portrait, Roman Period; c. A.D. 250-300 Culture: Egyptian Material: Tempera on wood Dimensions: 13 3/8 x 9 in. 34 x 23 cm

Culture: Egyptian Material: Tempera on wood Dimensions: 13 x 9 in. 34 x 23 cm

Mummy Portrait of a Woman; Unknown; Egypt; 175 - 200; Tempera on wood; 28.2 × 14.5 cm (11 1/8 × 5 11/16 in.); 79.AP.129

Mummy portrait of a woman in pink Roman Egypt, AD Tempera on wood, 28 × cm × 5 ¾ in.) From The Getty’s description: “ Possibly discovered at Er-Rubayat in the Fayum, this Romano-Egyptian mummy portrait of a woman is painted in the.

Mummy portrait of Elderly Man Flanked by Egyptian Gods Egypt Roman 250 CE Tempera on sycamore

Fayum Mummy Portrait Flanked by Egyptian Gods Egypt Roman 250 CE Tempera on sycamore

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The Fayum Portraits: Greek and Roman painting style, encaustic (εγκαυστική) (from enkaio “to burn-in” ) on wood, part of the Egyptian culture (funeral portraits).

Alexandria - Museu arqueològic - Retrats d'El-Fayum

Egyptian Mummies, Roman Art, Ancient Art, Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Alexandria, Fresh, Roman, Encaustic Art, Tempera

Mummy of Herakleides.Unknown  Romano-Egyptian, Egypt, about A.D. 150  Linen, pigment, and gold; tempera on wood  69 x 17 5/16 x 13 in.  91.AP.6  (Getty Museum)

Mummy of Herakleides.Unknown Romano-Egyptian, Egypt, about A. 150 Linen, pigment, and gold; tempera on wood 69 x 17 x 13 in.

Mummy Portrait of a Man from Ankyronpolis Roman-Egyptian 2nd century CE Tempera on Wood

Mummy Portrait of a Roman Man from Ankyronpolis Roman-Egyptian occupied century CE Tempera on Wood

Mummy Portrait of a Woman, Romano-Egyptian, about A.D. 170-200

Mummy Portrait of a Woman Unknown Romano-Egyptian, Egypt, about A. 170 - 200 Tempera on wood 13 x 8 in.

Mummy mask portraits produced in Egypt during the Roman period.

Portrait of a thin-faced Egyptian man Period: Roman Period Date: A. Geography: Egypt Medium: Encaustic, limewood, gold leaf Dimensions: H.) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1909 Accession Number:

Fayoemportretten zijn geschilderd op houten plankjes door middel van pigment en hete was (encaustiek) of in de tempera-techniek. Ze stellen de rijke inwoners uit de oase voor, die in de Grieks-Romeinse periode tot grote bloei kwam. De wijze van afbeeldingen (schuin van voren, met aanduiding van licht en schaduw), de haar- en baarddracht, en de kleding zijn kenmerkend voor de Grieks-Romeinse cultuur.

example of ENCAUSTIC portrait - wax paint burnt into wood .Made from wood, found in the oasis of Fayum in Egypt. Roman Period, 175 - 225 AD Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

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