Painting of Nebamun and Henutnefert from the Tomb of Nebamun and Ipuki
Detail of a painting from the Tomb of Nebamun and Ipuki, TT 181 in the Tombs of the Nobles at Thebes. Nebamun was the 'Head Sculptor of the King of the Two Lands'. This scene from his tomb shows him seated with his wife Henutnefert. Nebamun is wearing only a kilt and a collar and he holds with his left hand a bouquet of lotus flowers. His beautiful wife is embracing him and tenderly touching his shoulder. She is wearing a long wig decorated with lotus buds, a fine white garment and a bead-collar.
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