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The lid of one of four canopic jars found in tomb No.55 in the Valley of the Kings. It may originally have been made for Kiya (she was a wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Little is known about her, and she is scarcely documented until Akhenaten's first and Chief wife Nefertiti disappears from the record). It dates from the Amarna period. Alabaster; Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt. New Kingdom (19th dynasty).
Marriage A-la-Mode: 2. The Tête à Tête 1743 "Marriage A-la-Mode" was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of engravings about the upper echelons of society. The paintings were models from which the engravings would be made. The engravings reverse the compositions. About 1743 Oil on canvas; 69,9 x 90,8 cm NG114