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Through more than 100 watercolours on papyrus, artist John Ransom Philips explores the themes of love, hope, fear and life in this contemplative collection that is a modern vision of the ancient Egyptian funerary texts, the Book of the Dead. Philips has spent the last seven years painting in Luxor, Egypt, and brings together the influences of the ancient Egyptians together with his more contemporary thoughts and ruminations. The result is a thought provoking presentation that serves as a guide or touchstone for the spiritual journey of human existence.
Contributions by Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt and Wendy Doniger, Professor of the History of Religions, University of Chicago.
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