An Egyptian Limestone Head of a Man, 18th Dynasty, probably period of Tuthmosis III, 1479-1426 B.C.
- An Egyptian Limestone Head of a Man
Jerome Eisenberg, New York, 1966
H. Herzer & Co., Munich, 1975
California charitable foundation (Sotheby's, New York, June 12th, 1993, no. 21, illus.)
Jack Josephson, New York
Safani Gallery, New York, September 2005
Jerome Eisenberg, Art of the Ancient World, vol. II, New York, 1966, no. 46, illus.
Jaromir Malek, Diana Magee, and Elizabeth Miles, Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Satues, Reliefs and Paintings, vol. VIII, part 1, Oxford, 1999, p. 436, no. 801-447-830
Cf. Sotheby's, Monaco, Antiquités et objets d'art. Collection de Martine, Comtesse de Béhague provenant de la Succession du Marquis de Ganay, December 5th, 1987, no. 102. This head and the present example are examples of archaizing sculptures often found during the reign of Tuthmosis III, and look back to the art of the earlier 12th Dynasty for their inspiration.