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" Regard " By MATEO.MORNAR...Merci à Maélys et Léa pour leur Art... ...

" Reflexion " By MATEO.MORNAR..Merci à Maélys et Léa pour leur Art.. <<<

7-15 September Catriona Studios is Venue 62 on our . Lorna's work is influenced by her love of wildlife and the coastline.

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Angel commission progress.This angel will be more of a Bible description with: four faces, hoof feet. I’m glad the client wanted the wings to point str8 up. Looks better.

Last day today @arundelgallerytrail been a great 10 days open from 12-5.30 for the final time this year at

Incroyable sculpture sur le parvis de la mairie de Tokyo. Je ne comprends pas réellement ce qu’elle représente mais j’aime ses formes géométriques !

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Entwined Snake Necklace


#Création #oiseaux en #faitmain en #cuillere en #metal. La #sculpture est fait par mon papa. Je la #vend 18euro plus les frais d envoie en fonction de la destination. C est un #superbe #cadeau A faire ou pour ce faire #Creation #ofwaters in #faitmain #cuillere #metal. The #sculpture is done by my dad. I sell it 18euro plus the cost of sending depending on the destination. This is a #superb #cadeau To do or to do #pleasure. .

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Statue of the Scribe Ptahshepses

The scribe is portrayed as sitting on the ground with his legs crossed. He has a partly unrolled papyrus on his knees, a common “reading scribe” posture in Ancient Egypt.

A heart-shaped amulet hangs around his neck with a counterpoise at the back. The head of Ptahshepses is inclined gently toward the unrolled papyrus on his lap to read the text facing him.

The inscription on the base of the statue gives the name and titles of Ptahshepses as “The Honored One, the priest Ptahshepses.” The papyrus on his lap contains two lines of inscription written in black.

Painted limestone, from Saqqara necropolis. Old Kingdom, 5th Dynasty, ca. 2494-2345 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. CG 83