One in a series of seven internal artworks fo the illustrated edition of Tales of Ancient Egypt by Roger Lancelyn Green, published by The Folio Society. A collection of twenty stories retold by the author.
From the story The Girl with the Red-Rose Slippers
Down over the courtyard swooped the eagle and dropped the rose-red slipper of Rhodopis into Pharaoh’s lap.
The people cried out in surprise when they saw this, and Amasis too was much taken aback. But, as he took up the little rose-red slipper and admired the delicate workmanship and the tiny size of it, he felt that the girl for whose foot it was made must indeed be one of the loveliest in the world.