Painting from Malqata Palace during the Reign of Amenhotep III
Painting fragment originally part of the marsh scenes once decorating a room in one of the Eighteenth Dynasty Malqata Palace of Amenhotep III at Thebes. A decorative band composed of small flowers surrounds it. The scene depicts papyrus and other types of long leafed plants, among which wild geese are flying. The technique of such a painting was drawing the scene on a dry surface without the use of any guidelines.
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