Egyptian Paintings. All done in watercolor.



Old Kingdom



Painting from the tomb of Meresankh. Showing Crown Prince Kawab on the left and Meresankh behind her mother Hetepheres.
From the time of Pharaoh Khufu. (22 in X 30 in)


Count Idu (Old Kingdom - 6th dynasty)  (9 in X 12 in)  




Hatshepsut - Amenhotep III Early/Mid 18th Dynasty


Hatshepsut's temple at Deir-el-Bahari

 
              Sennefer and his wife Meryt (TT96) on papyrus and paper       Queen Tiye, mother of Akhenaten



Amarna Period: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, etc.

                    
              
Stela showing Akhenaten and Nefertiti.                         Akhenaten  (9 in X 12 in)                  Nefertiti 



Akhenaten and Nefertiti handing out awards to Parennefer.
This painting is based on a scene from the tomb of Parennefer in Amarna. (22 in X 30 in)




Aye and his Wife Tiy rewarded by the royal couple. Mimes are shown dancing behind the couple.
At the top right boys are running to sentries passing on the good news.
Aye is proudly showing off the new red gloves he received. (22 in X 30 in)

                         

Nefertiti, Akhenaten and the Queen-Mother Tiye(15 X 22 in)     Nefertiti and Akhenaten(15 X 22 in)




The hymn to the Aten from the tomb of Ahmose. (15 X 22 in)




The tribute from year 12. From the tomb of Meryre II. On the left we see the Asiatics. On the right we see the tribute of the Nubians. In the 5th register from the top we see someone being awarded a gold collar and behind that we see a wrestling match.
Below that, in the 6th register we see a group of 5 mime/dancers. Below the building we see 2 royal sedan-chairs and 2 royal chariots. (22 in X 30 in). Below is the color version:







   
Akhenaten and Nefertiti in the temple,         Akhenaten and Nefertiti dedicating votive figures
                               wearing elaborate hemhem crowns.                                            


Aye and Tey (from tomb in Amarna)
                                  





King Tutankhamen
   
   
      
The opening of the mouth.     Scene from Tut's throne  

         
Head of Tutankhamen.                    Maya - depicted in his tomb in Saqqara




King Horemheb

   
Horemheb before Isis.                    The god Horus.

Nobles depicted in Horemheb's temple tomb at Saqqara



Ramesside Period

           
          Seti I (Abydos)                    Queen Nefertari (QV66)                     Nakhtamen (TT335)            

 
Ramses II (as crown-prince), Sety I with                               Trip to Abydos of Tia and Tia. Tia was treasurer and his wife
Amenwahsu and Tia (the son-in-law of Sety I)                      Princess Tia was the sister of Ramses II

                                    
Stela depicting Khay. The bottom                          Nefertari (Abu Simbel)            Ramesses, Queen Isetnofret, Bintanath, Khaemwaset
register depicts the production of                                                                                 and below Princes Ramesses and Merenptah
gold from ore.



                       
          Ramesses II (based on Louvre plaque)                            Queen Nefertari

 
                                    Princess-Queen Nebettawy                                                                        Princess-Queen Meryetamun.




 
            Bintanath in her tomb in the Queen's VAlley (left) and on a stela with her father, mother and 3 brothers (right).

 Maat-Hor-Neferure, Hittite wife of Ramesses II

Princesses at Abu Simbel

Festival of Min Kamutef at the Ramesseum

Scene from Abu Simbel.