This head of a princess, sculpted in limestone, has a youthful attraction and smiling grace. Her very fine face is framed by a short wig, from which hangs a heavy ponytail.
The perfect contours of this head indicate that it probably belongs to the end of the reign of Amenophis IV (Akhenaton), (from 1370 to 1352 B.C.).
Reproduction in hand patinated resin
- H. 20 cm (7,87"); W.12 cm (4,72") ;P. 10 cm (3,94")
- Material of the original
- painted limestone
- Amarnian Art
- Paris - Musée du Louvre
- Queens and kings, Egypt
- Art movement
- Egyptian Antiquities