Egyptian Royalty Advertising Illustration

Artist:R. F. Schabelitz
Date:April 1926
Medium:Oil on Canvas
Dimensions:Sight Size 24 1/2" x 21 1/2" Framed 30" x 27"
Original Use:Advertising Piece for Jewelers
Price: S O L D
Above: Image Close Up
Above: Full Framed Image
Above: Artist's Signature
Above: Ladies' Home Journal Advertising Tearsheet April 1926

During the 1920s in America, all eyes were seemingly on the discovery and subsequent opening of King Tutankhamun's tomb. For a brief period the decorative arts reflected this fascination with all things Egyptian. This influence is today referred to as Art Deco Egyptian.

Here is a magnificent example of this popular culture obsession as painted by renowned illustrator Rudolph Schabelitz depicting the presentation of a pectoral and necklace to Princess Sat of Egypt 1800 B.C.

This oil on canvas retains its ornate gold gesso wood frame and comes with a partial tear sheet for The Ladies Home Journal of April 1926, showing a published example of this work.


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