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Fayoum portrait of a man.

Fayoum portrait of a man.

Fayum Portrait of a Boy.  Polski: Portret fajumski przedstawiający chłopca.  Date	  English: Second half of 2nd century

Fayum Portrait of a Boy. Polski: Portret fajumski przedstawiający chłopca. Date English: Second half of 2nd century

Female portrait, encaustic painting on wood, 31x22 cm, from Fayoum, Egyptian Civilization, Roman Empire 1st century

Female portrait, encaustic painting on wood, 31x22 cm, from Fayoum, Egyptian Civilization, Roman Empire 1st century

Fayum great portrait painted by the 1st to the 3rd century by followers of the late Hellenistic tradition of the Alexandrian School

Fayum great portrait painted by the 1st to the 3rd century by followers of the late Hellenistic tradition of the Alexandrian School

Mystérieux portrait de femme du Fayoum - Epoque gréco-romaine - Louvre

Mystérieux portrait de femme du Fayoum - Epoque gréco-romaine - Louvre

Retrato romano de El Fayun

Retrato romano de El Fayun

Portrait de momie d'un jeune homme, bois  Fayoum Égypte | KMKG

Portrait de momie d'un jeune homme, bois Fayoum Égypte | KMKG

✖️Roman Fayum Mummy Portraits ✖️ More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest ✖️

✖️Roman Fayum Mummy Portraits ✖️ More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest ✖️

Fayum mummy portrait fragment

Fayum mummy portrait fragment

Fayum Mummy Portrait. Roman Egypt, 1st century AD. John Berger wrote about the portraits: "They are the earliest painted portraits that have survived; they were painted whilst the Gospels of the New Testament were being written.  Why then do they strike us today as being so immediate? Why does their individuality feel like our own? Why is their look more contemporary than any look to be found in the rest of the two millennia of traditional European art which followed them?"

Fayum Mummy Portrait. Roman Egypt, 1st century AD. John Berger wrote about the portraits: "They are the earliest painted portraits that have survived; they were painted whilst the Gospels of the New Testament were being written. Why then do they strike us today as being so immediate? Why does their individuality feel like our own? Why is their look more contemporary than any look to be found in the rest of the two millennia of traditional European art which followed them?"

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