''A unique mummy portrait from Fayum in Graeco-Roman Egypt. Fayum portraits vary widely in quality. Most are of head and shoulders only so this is a rare example of a full figure. Sadly the drapery is not as subtly painted as the head.
A Painted Wood Fayum Portrait of a Romano-Egyptian Man, Roman period. Painted on a wooden panel in the encaustic technique, the panel itself dressed in antiquity in order to accommodate it to the mummy.
Mummy portrait of a woman in pink Roman Egypt, AD Tempera on wood, 28 × cm × 5 ¾ in.) From The Getty’s description: “ Possibly discovered at Er-Rubayat in the Fayum, this Romano-Egyptian mummy portrait of a woman is painted in the.