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From Palace to Tomb, Ancient Egypt Reconstruction by Matania Featured 24 Mar 2016 Image

From Palace to Tomb, Ancient Egypt Reconstruction by Matania

Episode III - From the Palace to the Tomb - Going West to the Burial Place. Third in a series of illustrations depicting the journey of a deceased Pharaoh from palace to tomb, reconstructed by Sphere special artist, Fortunino Matania in the magazine's special Egypt number. Here, following a journey across the Nile, the body of the Pharaoh goes west in a huge funeral procession across the plain towards the burial place. The funerary coffer or shrine is placed on a boat shaped platform, and is drawn by four oxen; these are later offered up as sacrifices at the entrance to the tomb. The wife of the deceased mourns her loss by the side of the coffin while a number of slaves bear offerings of cakes, flowers, jars of water, vials of perfume and vases of alabaster containing unguents. Following that are all the items, from state couches to small scarabs, beds, chairs, jewellery, weapons and armour, that the deceased may need in the afterlife. Behind the oxen walks the master of ceremonies in a leopard skin holding a libation vase from which he sprinkles water on the final resting place to purify it. Following the bier comes the crowd of mourners. Date: 1923

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A Night at Covent Garden by Matania Featured 24 Mar 2016 Image

A Night at Covent Garden by Matania

German opera draws London society to Covent Garden - a scene during the performance of Strauss's Elektra at the Royal Opera House. Drawn by Sphere special artist, Fortunino Matania from an unusual perspective as he placed himself in the roomy orchestra pit where he drew a view of the orchestra, conductor, stage and boxes. At the time of his visit, Elektra was conducted by Robert Heger and amongst the artists were Mesdames Gertrud Kappel and Maria Olczewska and Herr Soot. Date: 1925

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Nuremberg, Germany - interior of Albrecht Durers house Featured 24 Mar 2016 Image

Nuremberg, Germany - interior of Albrecht Durers house

Nuremberg, Germany - the library room of Albrecht Durer's house, a timber frame (fachwerkhaus) building located in the Altstadt (old town) section of Nuremberg. The Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer purchased the house in 1509 and lived there until his death in 1528. In 1871 the house opened as a museum dedicated to the artist's work.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library