Head of an Osirian (mummiform) statue of King Thutmose I, father of Queen Hatshepsut, with a curved ceremonial beard. It bears the typical thutmoside facial features of early to mid-18th Dynasty royal statuary, especially the wide eyes and the slight smile.
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Thutmose I (c.1504–1492 BC)
Provenance: Luxor, Karnak temple, Wadjet Hall
Medium: Sandstone, painted