Images of Amenhotep III exhibit a wide stylistic range and broad spectrum of media from bronze to clay to stone, hard and soft; see pp. 125-214 in Kozloff and Bryan, Egypt's Dazzling Sun, Amenhotep III and His World. For an example in the Metropolitan Museum of Art with similar treatment of the details of the Blue Crown, or crown of action, see no. 9 in Kozloff and Bryan, op. cit. For a bronze head of this pharaoh see no. 23 in Vassilika, Fitzwilliam Museum Handbooks, Egyptian Art. For a similar head in terracotta see pp. 174-175 in Tiradritti, Egyptian Treasures from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.