Henry C. Porter
- Open Edition
- Measures 28x23 inches (paper size) and 26x20 inches (image size)
- Offset Lithograph
- Egyptian Theme
- Depicts Neferneferuaten Nefertiti of the 18th Dynasty
An Egyptian themed work of art by Henry C. Porter that depicts Neferneferuaten Nefertiti of the 18th Dynasty. She was the great royal wife of Pharoah Akhenaten. Nefertiti and her husband were said to have transitioned Egypt to the worship of the deity Aten. She may have also been the mother of the famous Pharoah Tutankhamun.
Open edition. Measures 28x23 inches (paper size) and 26x20 inches (image size). Offset lithograph.
Henry C. PorterHenry Porter’s second career as a fine artist began in the late sixties after a successful first career as a commercial artist in New York City that lasted twenty years. A native of High Point, North Carolina, he attended Morgan State University on a football scholarship and later studied Painting at the Academy of Arts in Newark, N.J. and Graphic Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. The artist moves with equal facility between figurative and abstract modes of expression. His figurative work presents his vision of Black history, faith and Black achievement, while his abstract creations give free reign to his imagination and his love of color and design.
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