C.P.

Sep 02

Flora
by Richard Westall
Date painted: c.1825–1830
Oil on panel, 45.3 x 37.9 cm
Collection: National Museums Liverpool

Flora

by Richard Westall

A Sunny Afternoon
by Richard Westall
Oil on canvas, 137 x 183 cm
Collection: Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage

A Sunny Afternoon

by Richard Westall

Wood, painted. Of the God’s - father of Amun, Irtierdji…. son of Nes-nebenteru and Djedhathormin. Scene of deceased adoring Osiris(?), Isis and four “Children of Horus”.
Thebes (Egypt)
Locus: Ramesseum
Period: Third Intermediate Period
Twenty-Second Dynasty
Date Made: 945 - 712 B.C.E.
Penn Museum

Wood, painted. Of the God’s - father of Amun, Irtierdji…. son of Nes-nebenteru and Djedhathormin. Scene of deceased adoring Osiris(?), Isis and four “Children of Horus”.

Thebes (Egypt)

Locus: Ramesseum

Period: Third Intermediate Period

Twenty-Second Dynasty

Date Made: 945 - 712 B.C.E.

Penn Museum

Bust of Isis to right., concept Neo-Classic rather than Egyptian. Signed in the field at left, Teresa Talanif. Neo-Classic.
Penn Museum

Bust of Isis to right., concept Neo-Classic rather than Egyptian. Signed in the field at left, Teresa Talanif. Neo-Classic.

Penn Museum

Sep 01

.Athena Promachos to left; groundline, hatched border; dark brown glass
Italic
Etruscan
Provenience: Mediterranean
Date Made: 520-480 BC
Penn Museum

.Athena Promachos to left; groundline, hatched border; dark brown glass

Italic

Etruscan

Provenience: Mediterranean

Date Made: 520-480 BC

Penn Museum

Kalighat painting on brown paper. Image of Kali, Goddess of death, holding a severed head. Folk art style with thin, bright pigments loosely applied. Some silver paint.
India, Calcutta
Date Made: 19th Century
Penn Museum

Kalighat painting on brown paper. Image of Kali, Goddess of death, holding a severed head. Folk art style with thin, bright pigments loosely applied. Some silver paint.

India, Calcutta

Date Made: 19th Century

Penn Museum

Kalighat painting on cardboard. Image of Sarasvati, Goddess of Music. 
India, Calcutta
Date Made: 19th Century
Penn Museum

Kalighat painting on cardboard. Image of Sarasvati, Goddess of Music. 

India, Calcutta

Date Made: 19th Century

Penn Museum

Female figure, tongue protruding, arms upraised, covered with incised designs, including many spirals. On openwork lattice, broken off on both sides. Central figure from a meeting house lintel (pare). May represent Hinenui-te-Poo, goddess of death and the underworld.
Maori
Provenience: New Zealand
Date Made: 19th century
Penn Museum

Female figure, tongue protruding, arms upraised, covered with incised designs, including many spirals. On openwork lattice, broken off on both sides. Central figure from a meeting house lintel (pare). May represent Hinenui-te-Poo, goddess of death and the underworld.

Maori

Provenience: New Zealand

Date Made: 19th century

Penn Museum

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Composite limestone statuette consisting of a statue of a female serpent deity in front and a stela in back. The goddess has the body of a cobra and a human head. She wears a tall plumed headdress with horned sun disk. On the sides of the statue are representations in sunk relief of the goddesses Nekhbet and Wadjet and a text referring to Psammetichus I. Stela at back depicts a king with the god Horus, but is unfinished.
Meroitic
Provenience: Egypt
Thebes (uncertain) (Egypt)
Buto (uncertain)
Period: Twenty-Sixth Dynasty
Date Made: 664BC-610BC
Penn Museum

Composite limestone statuette consisting of a statue of a female serpent deity in front and a stela in back. The goddess has the body of a cobra and a human head. She wears a tall plumed headdress with horned sun disk. On the sides of the statue are representations in sunk relief of the goddesses Nekhbet and Wadjet and a text referring to Psammetichus I. Stela at back depicts a king with the god Horus, but is unfinished.

Meroitic

Provenience: Egypt

Thebes (uncertain) (Egypt)

Buto (uncertain)

Period: Twenty-Sixth Dynasty

Date Made: 664BC-610BC

Penn Museum