ARTISANS: STONEMASON Media: watercolor, colored pencils, acrylic & ink on Bristol Size: 11x14" Background: a fragment of a wall of Luxor Temple (Luxor, Egypt), showing Ptah, Hathor, and Imhotep receiving offerings from Ptolemy IV. Imhotep was chief architect to the Egyptian pharaoh Djoser (reigned c.2630 - c.2611 BC), and is the first architect we know by name. He was responsible for the world's first known monumental stone building, the Step Pyramid at Sakkara. View Details LIMITED EDITION PRINT: OPEN EDITION PRINT: Original: For sale. Please see this page for details.