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Nefertiti policromada 100 x 100 de los detalles

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Life size Nefertiti bust made from EXACT SCAN WITH 100% DETAILS of the Neues Museum in Berlin. Hand painted by historian artists in charge of making museum replicas.
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One of the most beautiful works of art in history.
Once the order is made, we proceed to the production of it, so it takes approximately 30 days to make the shipment, but we are in continuous contact with the client so that they can see the process with us.
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The discovery of the bust of Nefertiti is one of the most fascinating tales in the field of archaeology and Egyptology. This masterpiece of Egyptian art was found in 1912 by a German archaeological expedition led by Ludwig Borchardt at the Amarna site, located on the eastern bank of the Nile in Egypt.

Amarna served as the capital of Ancient Egypt during the reign of Akhenaten, a pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty who ruled approximately between 1353 and 1336 BCE. Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, is famous for introducing the monotheistic worship of the sun god Aten, initiating a religious revolution in a society that traditionally worshipped multiple deities. Nefertiti was his principal wife and played a prominent role in this religious and political transformation.

The German expedition was excavating at the Amarna site as part of a series of archaeological digs in Egypt, with the intention of uncovering artifacts and archaeological treasures to be taken to the Berlin Museum. In December 1912, while conducting excavations in the workshop of the royal sculptor Thutmose, one of the team members, the German sculptor Ludwig Borchardt, made the discovery of the bust of Nefertiti.

The bust of Nefertiti is an exceptionally well-preserved sculpture made of painted plaster and stucco. It portrays Nefertiti’s face with a beauty and serenity that has captivated the world since its discovery. The delicate neck and intricate details of the royal crown are testaments to the artistic skill of the ancient Egyptian sculptors.

As for the techniques used in its creation, Egyptian sculptors of the time employed a meticulous process of modeling and carving. First, a core or framework made of wood or clay was created to serve as the support for the sculpture. Then, a layer of plaster was applied to give the basic shape to the figure. Subsequently, a layer of stucco, a mixture of plaster, chalk, and pigments, was added, allowing the sculptors to create the fine details and textures of the face and the crown.

The skill of Egyptian sculptors in stone carving and relief sculpture is also evident in other objects and artworks from the period, including statues of pharaohs and deities, as well as in the ornamentation of temples and monuments.

The discovery of Nefertiti’s bust was a significant archaeological milestone and is considered one of the most valuable and beautiful pieces of Egyptian art. Currently, the bust is on display at the Neues Museum in Berlin, Germany, where it is admired for its extraordinary beauty and its historical and cultural value. However, it has also been the subject of controversy, as Egypt has requested the repatriation of the bust on several occasions, arguing that it was taken from the country illegally, though it remains in Germany to this day.

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