Enthusiasts The life of the pioneering Egyptologist Marcelle Baut, to discover at the Bargoin Museum of Clermont-Ferrand
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It is one of the most important egyptologists of the world, yet its work remains unknown. The Bargoin Museum in Clermont-Ferrand, decided to pay tribute to an exhibition that traces his life.
In his life, Marcelle Baut will have passed several exploits. That of becoming the first woman recruited as Egyptologist designer of France in the 1920s. An outstanding course for the time while the environment was almost exclusively male. The one, too, to make a place in the profession, its work is still of paramount importance for contemporary Egyptologists. Yet she remained little known of her lifetime, then after her death. To rebalance the balance, the Bargoin Archeology Museum, in Clermont-Ferrand, devotes the exhibition, as part of the candidacy of the city under the European capital of Culture
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A fierce worker The work of Marcelle Baud? Explore the country and document the Egyptian art by its sketches. Papyri, sarcophagges, graves and objects of all kinds ... Its
work is rich with thousands of drawings. Traveling through Egypt and its museums, Marcelle Baud was stubborn. "We wanted to show his way of working. What we realize by studying the collections is that it is a person who crushed all the time, who took notes, who was always thinking about his research topics, "says Camille Gaumat, a member From the Archeology Department at Bargoin Museum.
Genuine pioneer in his time, Marcelle Baud is an essential witness of Egyptian art, some of which have been missing nowadays or degraded. "One of the greatest riches of his work is to document the decorations in the 1920s-1930 where she is in Egypt, who are not all in the same state of conservation today. Suddenly the Egyptologists S ' In addition today to find the trace of those who have disappeared in the meantime, "says Camille Gaumat.
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The Auvergnate's original globe-tread will end his life in his hometown and will manages his work at the Bargoin Museum
"Features of Egypt - Marcelle Baud", until 9 January 2022 at the Bargoin Museum - 45, Street Ballinvilliers, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand - Every day except Monday - Price: 5 euros.
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