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*EGYPTIAN:  FAYUM MUMMY PORTRAIT

Retratos de El Fayum

Portrait of a Fayum woman. Fayum Mummy portrait is the modern term given to a type of naturalistic painted portraits on wooden boards. The portraits were an innovation dating back to the Coptic period during the time of the Roman occupation of Egypt.

Fayum mummy portraits - man with sword belt

Fayum mummy portraits - Man with sword belt, British Museum.Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fayum mummy portrait of a woman,Roman Egypt

Fayum portrait - non-indigenous Egyptians / Africans but instead from Graeco-Roman occupations

Egyptian Roman period mummy mask of a young woman, c 150AD

Fayum Egyptian Roman period mummy mask of a young woman, c 150 AD. stunning work she is so beautiful!

100CE - 300CE Fayum / Romano-Egyptian / Roman / EncausticMore Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Mummy portrait of woman, Hawara , Roman Egyption (Cairo, Egyptian Museum)

four portrait paintings from the 2nd century AD showing Mummy portraits of ancient egyptians.

Fayum portrait paintings from the century AD showing Mummy portraits of ancient egyptians.

GETTY - Mummy Portrait of a Woman, Attributed to the Isidora Master, Romano-Egyptian, Egypt, about 100 - 110 C.E. Linen, pigment, and gold; encaustic on wood

GETTY - Mummy Portrait of a Woman, Attributed to the Isidora Master, Romano-Egyptian, Egypt, about 100 - 110 C.

Roman, from the Fayum area of Egypt, 300-325 CE The painter has emphasized the age of the woman through stressing her wrinkles and grey hair. London, British Museum

Roman, from the Fayum area of Egypt, CE The painter has emphasized the age of the woman through stressing her wrinkles and grey hair.

Made from wood, found in the oasis of Fayum in Egypt.   Roman Period, 175 - 225 AD  Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

ancientpeoples: Fayum-portrait of a man The...

example of ENCAUSTIC portrait - wax paint burnt into wood .Made from wood, found in the oasis of Fayum in Egypt. Roman Period, 175 - 225 AD Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

Roman-Egyptian funerary portrait. Late 1st-early 2nd century AD100CE - 150CE Fayum / Romano-Egyptian / Roman / EncausticMore Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Roman period Mummy portrait from Egypt.

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