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Andy Warhol is renowned for his pop art takes on Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe. But this exhibition in Bilbao features his silk-screen canvas paintings from the late 1970s. Warhol was 50 when he started the project and was not impressed at the time, ...
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ABU SIMBEL, Egypt — The massive wooden doors creaked as my travel-fixer, Hassan El Naggar, opened them onto the darkened, empty temple of Pharaoh Ramses II. In the minutes before dawn, four tourists walked between eight colossal statues of the ...
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The temple has an imposing façade constructed as a low screen divided by six columns rather than a large pylon as in most Upper Egyptian temples from the time. Dendera Temple is famous for its astronomical scenes.
'Pharaoh: King of Ancient Egypt' at Cleveland Museum of Art displays some 150
The large, red granite sculpture of a cow goddess, Hathor, that would have sat at the top of a tall column, gives an idea of the “grandiose scale of Egyptian temples,” as the accompanying information states.
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