People classified with "Egyptian Art"

Total Cataloged: 4

Adela Oppenheim
Adela Oppenheim
Adela Oppenheim, Curator, received her BA from New York University, MA from the University of Pennsylvania, and PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, where she completed a dissertation on the decorative program of the Senwosret III pyramid temple at Dahshur. She co-directs (with Curator Dieter Arnold) the Museum's excavations...

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Historian
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
Dorothea Arnold
Dorothea Arnold
Dr. Arnold has specialized in the Egyptian Middle Kingdom (ca. 2050-1640 B.C.) and the Amarna Period (ca. 1352-1336 B.C.). Part of the latter field is covered in her most frequently cited publication, The Royal Women of Amarna: Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt (1996).

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Historian
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Ceramics, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
Flinders Petrie
Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie
Petrie is one of the most famous Egyptologists of all time. He is considered by many to be the founder of modern Egyptology. Known as the "Father of Pot Shards", he learned to extract considerable amounts of information from what other's might see merely as refuge. Yet, Petrie had no...

Occupation(s): Anthropologist, Egyptologist, Historian, Independent Researcher, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Language, Egyptian Literature, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 3
Wallis Budge
Wallis Budge
Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.

Occupation(s): Author, Egyptologist, Historian, Philologist
Specialty(ies): Egyptian Language, Egyptian Art
Contributions catalogued: 24