Cleopatra was very famous for using beauty oils to keep her skin young and beautiful! Fragment of a relief of Queen Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator (“Cleopatra the Father-Loving Goddess”) of Egypt, Century BC.
Page: Study for the Last Supper Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Completion Date: Place of Creation: Milan, Italy Style: High Renaissance Genre: sketch and study Technique: metalpoint, ink Material: paper Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Albertina, Vienna, Austria
Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten's daughter~ Sculptured bust ~ Made of polymer ~ This daughter of Akhenaten ~ indentified as Ankh -en-pa-Aton is cleverly painted in stylized elegance New Kingdom ~ Dynasty ~ Around 1345 BC.
AMARNA PERIOD: Queen Tiye, whose husband, Amenhotep III, may have been depicted to her right in this broken statue. This is a more typical stylized image of Tiye, but notice the very rounded hips a characteristic of Amarna sculptures.