Jay Bakari
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  • Open Edition
  • Unframed Art Print
  • 18x13 inches
  • Black History Art
  • Offset Lithograph

A historical themed image by Jay C. Bakari that depicts the grandeur and magnificence of Queen Nefertari. Nefertari was the first of the Great Royal Wives and the wife of Ramesses the Great. She was a diplomat and able to read and write hieroglyphs which was a rare skill at the time. Her tomb is lavishly decorated and is one of the largest and most spectacular in the Valley of the Queens. She also has a temple in Abu Simbel constructed by Ramesses for her.

This unframed open edition work of art measures 18x13 inches in size. Offset Lithograph.

Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 18 inches
Length 13 Inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU bakari-nefertari

Jay Bakari

Born in Pittsburgh, Jay began his formal art education in high school at Forbes Road Vocational East. From there he attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ivy School of Art, and finally transferred from Ivy to The Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He ran out of money before he completed his degree, however, and was forced to continue the development of his skills while supporting himself with a day job and utilizing the resources of local libraries.

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