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The ceramic sculpture "The Egyptian Woman" was created by the artist M. Vrubel in 1891-1896, when he was just starting to get involved in the manufacture of products from this material.
The Creator depicted a beautiful female face in its plasticity - beautiful and sophisticated. His lips parted in a quiet whisper and seemed to freeze in motion, and his eyelids were half-closed, giving the look mysterious and calm. The girl’s neck is embraced by the breaks of a shabby scarf, a round hat is put on her head.
It is interesting to note that a straight nose and barely distinguishable eyebrows do not allow at first sight to read the emotions on the face of the Egyptian woman. It is as if she beckons her interlocutor to an unexplored new world, gives promises and hopes, charms with a strange aroma, but he cannot understand whether she is telling the truth or not.
"Egyptian" is made in the style of symbolism. The bronze coating perfectly conveys the spirit of Ancient Egypt. The golden hue of the sculpture makes you think about the hot sands and breath of the scorched desert, and the dirty dark tones of darkness and cruelty, which have permeated the history of the great state through and through.
The first association that arises when looking at the Egyptian Woman is D. Verdi's opera Aida. The daughter of the Egyptian pharaoh Amneris captivates with her tenderness, and fake and affectionate words fly off her lips. She wraps herself in clothes and hides her true nature under a mask.
The sculpture is made in the characteristic style of the author of that time. Vrubel inspires material with inspiration - liquid ceramics spreads in uneven lines and forms into folds, languid looks, and regular facial features.
Painting by Yuon Domes and Swallows