ARTE Y DISEÑO: DISEÑOS PRECOLOMBINOS

Sampling of Pre-Colombian Incan Symbols

Aztec  Art Print                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Aztec Art Print Más

Resultado de imagen para simbologia indigena

Resultado de imagen para simbologia indigena

Dibujos sobre arte precolombino - Antonio Grass:

Unique Flower Motif Indian Hand Carved Wood Block Stamp (R

Four-Cornered Hat, 5th–9th century  Peru, Wari  Camelid hair  H. 7 in. (17.8 cm), Diam. 22 3/4 in.

Four-Cornered Hat

Four-Cornered Hat century Peru Wari Culture: Camelid hair

Creación Artesanal Diseños precolombinos para llaveros, prendas de vestir y…

Creación Artesanal Diseños precolombinos para llaveros, prendas de vestir y…

Four cornered woven hat, Tiwanaku, North Highlands of Bolivia, Middle Horizon

Four-Cornered Hat, century, Peru or Bolivia Culture: Tiwanaku Medium: Camelid hair Dimensions: Height 5 in.

Tocado. Gorro con coleta. Cultura Nasca. Materiales: Textil  Periodo: Intermedio Temprano 100- 700 d.C.

Tocado. Gorro con coleta. Cultura Nasca. Materiales: Textil Periodo: Intermedio Temprano 100- 700 d.C.

Four-Cornered Hat Date: 7th–9th century Geography: Bolivia (?) Culture: Tiwanaku Medium: Camelid hair Dimensions: Height 5 in.

Four-Cornered Hat Date: century Geography: Bolivia (?) Culture: Tiwanaku Medium: Camelid hair Dimensions: Height 5 in.

Four-Cornered Hat Date: 7th–9th century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Dimensions: H x W: 4 7/8 x 6 7/8in. (12.4 x 17.5cm)

Four-Cornered Hat Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Dimensions: H x W: 4 x 6 x

"Hat of the Tiwanaku Culture of the First Empire. It is very similar to those used by Huárpidos Comechingones and in general all Indian White. Notice the uncanny resemblance to the sculpture "The Pig". The presence of these representations is not surprising since the "Route of Indiens" went far north"

"Hat of the Tiwanaku Culture of the First Empire. It is very similar to those used by Huárpidos Comechingones and in general all Indian White. Notice the uncanny resemblance to the sculpture "The Pig". The presence of these representations is not surprising since the "Route of Indiens" went far north"

Ritual "four-pointed" hat Peru Culture Huari approx. 800 AD Made with camelid fibers. "Four cardinal points represented were central in the pre-Colombian religions, particularly in the Huari culture that developed in its iconography the figure four in multiple binary oppositions and in imbricated visual dualities." Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk

Ritual Huari "four-pointed" hat Peru Culture Huari, approx. Details discussion of significance of iconography

Tiwanaku

Tiwanaku

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