Seneb was an Egyptian dwarf who was the chief of all the palace dwarfs, charged with the care of the royal wardrobe.
He is seated on a rectangular seat together with his wife, Senetites, and his children stand before him. He has short black hair and wears a short white kilt. His wife rests her right hand on her husband's shoulder and her left hand on his left arm in an affectionate pose.
Senetites, who held the titles of Priestess of Hathor and Neith, wears a black wig that reaches down to her shoulders and a long white tunic. The artist rendered her face with a smile to show the woman's satisfaction at being depicted with her husband and children.
The son and daughter are shown standing in front of their father in the place where the legs should be.
Here, the Egyptian artist succeeded in creating a balanced composition for the figures of the family.