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Egyptian Art. Paintings. use frontalism- head in profile, eyes look out, body from front, feet point with head Nothing drawn in front of face paintings bordered by black lines Animals: crocodiles, snakes, hawks, apes, lions, fish, frogs, and cats

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paintings
Paintings
  • use frontalism- head in profile, eyes look out, body from front, feet point with head
  • Nothing drawn in front of face
  • paintings bordered by black lines
  • Animals: crocodiles, snakes, hawks, apes, lions, fish, frogs, and cats
  • Different colors for different qualities of people

http://www.bergen.org/AAST/Projects/Egypt/art_report.html

pottery
Pottery
  • pottery made before pyramids
  • covered pottery with red, yellow, blue and green enamel
  • worked with steatite-soapstone-carved
  • easily worked, doesn’t crack much
  • used soft pottery and sandy paste
  • tiles used in the pyramid of Sakkara

ancientartsofegypt.com/decor.html

statues
Statues
  • Many stautes
  • Mostly young and beautiful
  • Artist had to follow laws
  • Materials and positions were limited
  • size showed social status
  • Children carved to show age
citations
Citations
  • Unknown, “Ancient Egyptian Pottery”, www.2020site.org/egypt/early_pottery.html, 2002.
  • Holly Late, “Egyptian Painting”, http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/egypt/artisans/painting.htm,2002
  • Natalie Low, “Egyptian Statues”, http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/egypt/artisans/statues.htm, 2002
  • ITESM Campus Tampico
  • Lisa Kremen, “Ancient Egyptian Art” http://www.bergen.org/AAST/Projects/Egypt/art_report.htm, 1996
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