Ancient Egyptian art was really important and a big part of the lives of ancient Egyptians. It wasn't only because their art was beautiful, but because it had some meaning.
For example they painted tomb walls with religious themes and images, and were also writing texts, and it was because they wanted to bless the dead on their journeys through the afterlife.
They loved to tell the stories and myths of the Goddesses and Gods of ancient Egypt, and it seemed like they were very romantic.
The most important medical and historical records are found on Egyptian Papyrus, and everything they wrote looked like a beautiful art.
The large art compositions were organized into parts, and each of them would have its own base line which represents the ground or maybe the floor.
You would have beautiful scenes that were placed on the end of the wall. The strange thing is that their scenes weren't always related to the previous one.
One of the most amazing and admirable facts is the unusual way they were showing the human body.
If you take a closer look, you will see that it doesn't look realistic at all. Well that is the beauty of it.
Both arms and legs are shown in profile, even though sometimes hands are shown in full view.
When it comes to music, it was a very difficult thing back them, and being an artist was really hard.
They had to train from an early age, and usually had to follow their father's footsteps. The problems is they didn't let them be more creative. They had a strict plan they had to follow.
An Egyptology professor at UK's Swansea University recently stumbled upon a remarkable Egyptian artifact.