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The Heart And The Feather

EGP750EGP2,300

Dimensions: Mini (15 x 20 cm) Small (26 x 35 cm)

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Fine art print made on archival fine art japanese Epson paper. Digitally edited print of original drawing by artist on papyrus using acrylic colors and gold leaf.

Limited edition of 20, signed and numbered by the artist.

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The price includes framing, local shipping and a product pack in papyrus binding (with certificate of authenticity, story behind the piece and words of wisdom from Ancient Egypt)
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STORY BEHIND THE PIECE

The corner stone of the Ancient Egyptian civilization was Maat, meaning order – both worldly and cosmic- harmony and universal balance. Its symbol was an ostrich feather worn by the goddess Maat, personifying the major ethical and moral principles of Ancient Egypt. Maat was defined by 42 tenets to which every soul was held accountable. After death, the soul was led to the hall of judgement, where the gods would judge the deceased’s heart by weighing it against the Maat feather. The Soul would have to make a detailed statement, negating the 42 bad deeds that contradicted Maat like: I have not killed, I have not hurt an animal, I have not stolen, I have not obstructed the flow of the Nile, I have not succumbed to anger or despair, etc. If the heart was pure of wrongdoing and as light as the feather, the soul was granted paradise. Otherwise, the name of the deceased was devoured by a monster and the soul thrown into eternal oblivion.

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Print Size

Mini, Small

Frame Options

Double Frame Black & Golden, Double Frame Black & Silver, Single Frame Black Wood, Single Frame Golden Wood, Single Frame White Wood, Without Frame