The last common form of Egyptian art was sculpture. Sculptures usually honored pharoahs and gods. However, archaeologists have also discovered sculptures of animals. Many of these animal sculptures were cats, which Egyptians believed were sacred.
The Egyptians strictly upheld the style of frontalism, adhering carefully to stylistic rules. First, the subject's head is always drawn in profile with the full eye shown. The upper body, however, is depicted from the front and the legs face in the same direction as the head with one foot in front of the other. The person in the picture sits or stands stiff and rigid in a formal posture, but the face is calm and usually slightly tilted toward the sky. In addition, nothing can obstruct the pharoah's face or body. Less important figures were drawn less formally in positions t