This perfection in art brings out the fact that to some extent the art these people create shaped and formed them to become who they are.
The Egyptian sculptures and paintings portrayed nature and everyday activities like hunting sprees, family life, and daily chores among others. Apart from the paintings and sculptures, relief art was also used mostly to show all forms of activities from feasting to working, and from learning to dance and so on. Art formed a very vital component of the Egyptian’s lifestyle, through it they learned to adorn themselves with beauty and enhance their lives in the world by using elegant jewelry, finely carved furniture, and other cosmetic vessels.
The great influence of art in the Egyptian culture at this time can be attributed to the strong art base that was instituted in previous kingdoms. The previous kingdoms and specifically the old Egyptian kingdom saw the birth of some of the most sophisticated forms of arts never seen in history. It is in this time period that hieroglyphic writing reached its sophistication with other techniques of craft being developed to a high level of professionalism. Ever since this time Egyptian art has become the epitome of the importance of religion and a means of offering respect to death and the dead. Art was esteemed in nearly all spheres making it possible for it to influence and to some level create the Egyptian, culture and belief system. Lloyd argues that the Egyptian art influenced almost everything ranging from their day to day activities to major events and ceremonies.