By E. Prisse D'Avennes, Maarten Raven
Книга Atlas of Egyptian paintings Atlas of Egyptian paintings Книги Искусство. Живопись Автор: American collage in Cairo Press Год издания: 2008 Формат: pdf Издат.:American collage in Cairo Press Размер: 28 Mb Язык: Русский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:his enchanted travel of Egyptian paintings via certainly one of its early explorers is among the most pretty smooth works on old Egyptian paintings. Prisse d'Avennes's huge paintings, first released in Paris over a ten-year interval among 1868 and 1878, contains the one surviving checklist of many misplaced artifacts. This vintage paintings is now to be had for the 1st time in paperback.
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PAPYRIFORM COLUMNS OF TUTHMOSIS III, IN KARNAK (18th Dynasty) 21 Atlas of Egyptian Art Architecture The columns here are similar to those of the previous plate, only slightly later in date. The column left, which Prisse claims came from Memphis, is carved from a single piece of red granite. Right, the example in limestone stands in the temple of Luxor, in the large traverse hall behind the sanctuary. PAPYRIFORM COLUMNS OF AMENOPHIS III, IN THEBES (18th D;ynast;y) 22 Atlas of Egyptian Art Architecture Each New Kingdom pharaoh built a mortuary temple in western Thebes.
42). As the temple was still half-covered with sand, Prisse made this reconstruction from what could be seen on the surface. THE TEMPLE OFEL-SEB17A'(Plan & section-Nubia) 48 Atlas of Egyptian Art Architecture This funerary temple of Seti I, also known as the temple of Guma, is the northern most in a series of mortuary temples built for the cult of the kings in western Thebes. The plan is flanked by two capitals: from the hypostyle hall left, and from the forecourt, right. The section is Prisse's reconstruction.
The hieroglyphs are added from another part of the same tomb. The capital in the upper right corner is from Beni Hasan, also from the Middle Kingdom. The two columns below are from the New Kingdom tomb of Kenamun, chief steward of Amenophis II. Both are supports for a kiosk; one for the god Osiris, the other for the king. The segment shown center represents the lower part of the column left. DETAILS OF SMALL WOODEN COLUMNS (From various tombs) 20 Atlas of Egyptian Art Architecture During the New Kingdom, the column representing a bundle of papyrus stalks with closed umbels was popularly used in temple architecture.
Atlas of Egyptian Art by E. Prisse D'Avennes, Maarten Raven