Tag Archives: “art of ancient Egypt”

Who is Blogging About Ancient Egypt?

Today’s #ff blog post is one for all the Eygptologists – amateur or professional – out there. Abydos hieroglyphs I’ve been producing illustrations for research in to the wildlife species that were depicted in ancient Egyptian art. That project involved spending … Continue reading

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Treasuring the Past (Update)

In one of my recent posts “Treasuring the Past” I wrote of my concern that ancient Egyptian art treasures were under threat due to the continuing unrest in Egypt. With rumour and speculation mixed with too few facts it is … Continue reading

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Exciting News

Today I’m very happy to learn that I’ve had two paintings accepted for the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours 199th annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London. I haven’t submitted any work to them before so I … Continue reading

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Treasuring the Past

I’ve been watching the latest events in Egypt unfold with increasing concern. Of course concern for the people I met whilst in Egypt and for others caught up in the escalating trouble. Having seen at first hand the gulf between rich … Continue reading

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Book of the Dead exhibition

Later this week I plan to visit the British Museum to see their exhibition “Journey through the Afterlife: ancient Egypt Book of the Dead”. The Book of the Dead was a papyrus roll showing images and writing – the magic spells that … Continue reading

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