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A Sea Of Possibilities

Dimensions: Small (30 x 40 cm)

Inspired by a relief of queen Hatshepsut depicted as a lion, mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, Deir El Bahari, Luxor, Egypt; c. 1478–1458 BC; 18th dynasty.

Papyrus, acrylic and ink colors. White wood with gold line & glass frame.

 

A Sea Of Possibilities Print

Dimensions: Mini (15 x 20 cm)

Inspired by a relief of queen Hatshepsut depicted as a lion, mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, Deir El Bahari, Luxor, Egypt; c. 1478–1458 BC; 18th dynasty.

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

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

 

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Akhenaten The Spiritual Rebel

Dimensions:  Mini (36 x 50 cm) Medium (36 x 50 cm)  Large (50 x 70 cm)  Extra Large (64 x 90 cm)

Inspired by a sunk relief from 1355-1336 BC, Amarna, modern day Minya, 300km south of Cairo; displayed at the Metropolitan museum in New York

Fine art print based on a collage designed by Dina Shalaby using handmade mosaics painted with acrylic colors. Digitally edited. 3 color options available.

20 limited edition prints available for each color option, regardless of size; signed and numbered by Dina Shalaby.

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Amarna Gaze

Dimensions: Small (31 x 31 cm)

Inspired by the statue of an unknown Amarna-era princess, most probably Nefertiti or one of her daughters. New Kingdom, Amarna period, 18th dynasty, circa 1345 B.C. Currently displayed at the Egyptian Museum in Berlin.

Fine art print made on archival fine art Japanese Epson paper.

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

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Amarna Princess

Dimensions: Mini (15 x 20 cm) Medium (39 x 50 cm)

Inspired by the statue of an unknown Amarna-era princess, most probably Nefertiti or one of her daughters. New Kingdom, Amarna period, 18th dynasty, circa 1345 B.C. Currently displayed at the Egyptian Museum in Berlin.

Fine art print made on archival fine art japanese Epson paper. Digitally edited print of original drawing by artist made on papyrus using acrylic, ink and marker.

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

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Bastet

Dimensions: Mini (15 x 20 cm) Medium (30 x 53 cm) for Three Cats together, Medium (30 x 40 cm) for Single Cat Portrait

Inspired by a statue of the cat goddess. Period unknown.

Fine Art Print based on a hand drawing on papyrus by Dina Shalaby using ink colors. Digitally edited.

20 limited edition prints available; signed and numbered by the artist.

 

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Bird Ladies Bathing In Light

Dimensions: Mini ( 20 x 25 cm )

Inspired by a figurine from Naqada II, Qena, Upper Egypt, 3500-3400 BC. Displayed at the Brooklyn Museum in New York.

Fine Art Print based on a collage designed by Dina Shalaby using handmade mosaics painted with acrylic colors. Digitally edited.

20 limited edition prints available signed, and numbered by Dina Shalaby.

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Blinded By Love

Dimensions: Mini (14 x 20 cm)

Original artwork by Dina Shalaby. 

Fine art print made on archival fine art Japanese Epson paper. Digitally edited print of original drawing by artist made on cardboard using ink colors and marker.

10 limited edition prints available; signed and numbered by Dina Shalaby.

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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.

 

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.

Duck Stamp

Dimensions: Small (30 x 40 cm)

Inspired by a seal in the shape of a Duck; Egyptian. Early 18th Dynasty, New Kingdom c.1550-1450 BCE.

papyrus, ink colors.

 

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.