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EGP5,000

Blue Hippo

Dimensions: Small (30 x 40 cm)

Inspired by a blue faience statue of “William” the hippo from the tomb of the nomarch Senbi II; ca. 1961–1878 B.C.; 12th dynasty; currently displayed at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Papyrus, acrylic colors. Gold wood & glass frame.

 

EGP5,000

Blue Wadjet

Dimensions: Medium (30 x 40 cm)

inspired by relief plaque of cobra on a Neb basket, late Ptolemaic period 400-30 BC, Egypt. Currently at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Papyrus, handmade paper mosaics painted with acrylic colors.

Red wood frame, transparent/glass background.

EGP5,000

Golden Owl

Dimensions: Small (30 x 40 cm)

Inspired by an ostracon drawing on limestone from the Ramesside period (c. 1305-1080 B.C.); currently displayed at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, UK.

Papyrus, cold leaf, ink colors. Gold wood & glass frame.

 

EGP5,000

Golden Wadjet

Dimensions: Medium (30 x 40 cm)

Inspired by relief plaque of cobra on a neb basket, late Ptolemaic period 400-30 BC, Egypt. Currently at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Papyrus, silver leaf, gold leaf, handmade paper mosaics.

Double gold wood frame with off white linen mat.

EGP4,000

Life Or Death?

Dimensions: Small (20 x 30 cm)

Inspired by relief plaque of cobra on a Neb basket, late Ptolemaic period 400-30 BC, Egypt. Currently at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Papyrus, handmade paper mosaics painted with acrylic colors.

Modern light brown wood frame with black rope, transparent/glass background.

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EGP5,000

The Power Of Freedom

Dimensions: Mini (20 x 20 cm)

Original artwork by Dina Shalaby, inspired by ancient Egyptian lion goddess Sekhmet.

Collage, gold leaf, handmade paper mosaics painted with acrylic colors and applied gold leaf. Black wood frame

20*20 w/0 frame, 60*60 with mat and frame.