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Sety The Great

Jay Bakari
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A historical work of art by Jay C. Bakari depicting the famed Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I also known as Seti the Great. He was a prolific builder and military commander. He was responsible for the construction of many things but only the Temple of Amen at Karnak, The Temple of Seti at Abydos and The Osireion have survived. At these sites is what is now believed to be Egypt’s finest reliefs, their quality never to be matched by any of Seti’s successors. He was considered a great Pharaoh by his subjects and peers but he was overshadowed by the greatness of his son, Ramesses II.

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Description
A historical work of art by Jay C. Bakari depicting the famed Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I also known as Seti the Great. He was a prolific builder and military commander. He was responsible for the construction of many things but only the Temple of Amen at Karnak, The Temple of Seti at Abydos and The Osireion have survived. At these sites is what is now believed to be Egypt’s finest reliefs, their quality never to be matched by any of Seti’s successors. He was considered a great Pharaoh by his subjects and peers but he was overshadowed by the greatness of his son, Ramesses II.
Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 18 inches
Length 13 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU jaba132
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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