Art History

Art Gallery: Historical Scenes

These drawings by Ibrahim M. Omer are attempts at reconstructing aspects of the Kushite civilization as derived from a wide variety of archeological and historical records.


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Royal Procession in the Barkal Temple Complex
23.5" 15.5"
Ink, pencil, and water color on paper
Royal Procession Jebel Barkal Nubia

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The Royal City of Meroe: A Reconstruction
22" 13"
Pencil, ink, and water color on paper

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Representation of the Amon Temple at Jebel Barkal (Napata)
18" × 24"
Pencil, Ink, and water color on paper

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal
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The Libyan Shepherds
16.5" × 14"
Ink on paper
Libyan shepherd

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Representation of the Kushite royal chariot (Late first millennium BC)
15" × 11"
Ink and water color on paper

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal

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The family of Ham approaching the Nile (a Biblical theme)
12" × 8"
Pencil and water color on paper
Amon Temple Jebel Barkal

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Representation of the king of Kerma and conquored people presenting gifs
11" × 13"
Ink, pencil, and water color on paper
kerma king

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Representation of the battle of Eltekeh: The Kushite attack on the Assyrians (8th century BC)
15" × 11"
Ink and water color on paper

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal

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From Shepenwepet to the altar of Osiris (8th century BC)
18" × 30"
Graphic print

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal

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From Tanyidamani to the Altar of Apedemac (110-90 BC)
20" × 30"
Graphic print

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal

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Representation of the Amon Temple at Jebel Barkal (Napata)
30" × 20"
Graphic print

Amon Temple Jebel Barkal
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The Meroite and his bull
19" 18"
Pencil and water color on paper.
Meroite
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Nubian burial practices
15" × 13.5"
Ink on papaer
Nubian burial

For inquiries about the the works, send to omer.ibrahimm@gmail.com

Authored: Aug. 2009.


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The primary material of the website is authored by Ibrahim Omer © 2008.