Art for Eternity
By Richard A. Fazzini, James F. Romano, and Madeleine E. Cody.
The enduring popularity of and fascination with the art of ancient Egypt is at the heart of this volume, which sets out to shatter the idea that Egyptian art is obsessed with funerary themes and full of static renderings of the human form. This chronological survey contains one hundred masterpieces from the Brooklyn Museum's renowned collection of ancient Egyptian art, presented with full-color illustrations and commentary that reveals how Egyptian art developed and progressed.
Published by the Brooklyn Museum in association with Scala Books, 1999, 160 pages, softcover.
Dimensions: 6 in. x 9 in.