Tag Archives: Birds of ancient Egypt

Howard Carter Paintings at the Griffith Institute

Mention the name Howard Carter and most people will immediately think of his discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Less well known is his early work in Egypt as a draughtsman documenting the finds of other archaeologists. Carter was a … Continue reading

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Wildlife Artist Featured in Cotswold Essence Magazine

The September – November issue of Cotswold Essence magazine is now out and there’s a full page feature about my Birds in Ancient Egypt project inside. Writer Sue Bradley visited me in my studio and spent time interviewing me and looking at … Continue reading

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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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The Truth is Out There

How often do you believe something without question? I spent an interesting evening with the Egypt Society of Bristol earlier this week, listening to John Wyatt’s talk on the Birds of Ancient Egypt.  Afterwards someone mentioned that they’d never questioned one … Continue reading

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