J. Paul Getty Museum

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About This Group

The J. Paul Getty Museum seeks to inspire curiosity about, and enjoyment and understanding of, the visual arts by collecting, conserving, exhibiting, and interpreting works of art of outstanding quality and historical importance.

Catalog

This major exhibition explores the artistic interplay between the three great cultures of Egypt, Greece, and Rome from about 2000 BC to AD 300. Highlights include finely crafted vessels sent by Egypt’s pharaohs to Crete and Mycenae, Egyptian statues that served as inspiration for the first Greek sculptors, striking portraits blending Egyptian and classical styles, and luxurious objects made for wealthy Romans obsessed with all things Egyptian.


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1Isadora Mummy Portrait.jpg
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  • 3Mummy portrait of a woman.jpg
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  • 4Child Mummy Portrait.jpg
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  • 5Funerary Mask of a Woman.jpg
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  • Mummy Mask
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  • 6Door with Isis.jpg
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