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Al Fayum - Retrato de momia de un joven. Egipto romano, c. 150-170 dC / © The Trustees of the British Museum. All rights reserved

Al Fayum - Retrato de momia de un joven. Egipto romano, c. 150-170 dC / © The Trustees of the British Museum. All rights reserved

Fayum, Retrato de dama (hacia 170 d.C.)

Fayum, Retrato de dama (hacia 170 d.C.)

Fayum portraits, British Museum (left) and Metropolitan Museum (LEFT ) MO

Fayum portraits, British Museum (left) and Metropolitan Museum (LEFT ) MO

forma es vacío, vacío es forma: Retratos de Fayum - pintura, arqueología

forma es vacío, vacío es forma: Retratos de Fayum - pintura, arqueología

Retrato de El Fayum, Museo Británico

Retrato de El Fayum, Museo Británico

el fayum

el fayum

Records of the deceased as they appeared in life, the portraits were typically painted on wooden panels and affixed to decorated coffins or linen mummy wrappings. (© The Trustees of The British Museum / Art Resource, NY)

Records of the deceased as they appeared in life, the portraits were typically painted on wooden panels and affixed to decorated coffins or linen mummy wrappings. (© The Trustees of The British Museum / Art Resource, NY)

Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Éboli (1540-1592). She lost an eye in a mock fencing duel when she was 14, and she spent her last 13 years in prison after (allegedly) revealing state secrets... Badass princess.

Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Éboli (1540-1592). She lost an eye in a mock fencing duel when she was 14, and she spent her last 13 years in prison after (allegedly) revealing state secrets... Badass princess.

Los MOOC: Los principales portales de educación gratuita por Internet

Los MOOC: Los principales portales de educación gratuita por Internet

PINTURA: Fresco Romano; Pasífae con el toro, Casa de los Vettii, Pompeya

PINTURA: Fresco Romano; Pasífae con el toro, Casa de los Vettii, Pompeya

Retratos de Fayum - pintura, arqueología

Retratos de Fayum - pintura, arqueología

Fayum portrait of a woman Roman Egypt ca 350 a.C.

Fayum portrait of a woman Roman Egypt ca 350 a.C.

Charles V (1500 - 1558) King of Spain as Charles I.

Charles V (1500 - 1558) King of Spain as Charles I.

A PAINTED WOOD FAYUM PORTRAIT OF A MAN   roman period, circa 80-140 a.d.   Painted on a wooden panel in the encaustic technique, the panel itself dressed in antiquity in order to accommodate it to the mummy, the portrait that of a moustached and bearded man with short curly hair, the head strongly turned to one side, the eyes looking directly forward, depicted wearing a white chiton with red clavi, over which is worn a mantle  15¼ in. (38.8 cm) high

A PAINTED WOOD FAYUM PORTRAIT OF A MAN roman period, circa 80-140 a.d. Painted on a wooden panel in the encaustic technique, the panel itself dressed in antiquity in order to accommodate it to the mummy, the portrait that of a moustached and bearded man with short curly hair, the head strongly turned to one side, the eyes looking directly forward, depicted wearing a white chiton with red clavi, over which is worn a mantle 15¼ in. (38.8 cm) high

Fayum mummy portrait of a man, Roman Egypt

Fayum mummy portrait of a man, Roman Egypt

Retratos de El Fayum

Retratos de El Fayum