When I go to New York, I generally end up at the Met. If I have time, I also stop by the Brooklyn Museum where they also have a significant collection of Egyptian art. Some of those pieces are quite spectacular!
Detail of the papyrus on the lap of the scribal statue of Amenhotep, son of Nebiry.
Faience hedgehog. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12.
Relief of a nobleman. New Kingdom, Dynasty 19 or 20.
Head of a female sphinx. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12.
Nubian Comrades. New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 or 19.
Young King Pepi II and his mother. Old Kingdom, Dynasty 6.
Relief of Ramses II. New Kingdom, Dynasty 19.
Female figure. Predynastic Period, Nagada IIa.
Senet board and pieces made of faience. Unknown date.
Inscription on the back of the statue of Nebsen and Nebet-ta, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18.