Peruvian textiles

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Textile fragment; Huari, Tiahuanaco 600-900. British Museum, Online Collection.

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Full: Front Textile fragment; camelid wefts(?); slit tapestry; features elaborately garbed figure with headdress and bearing staff in 1 hand; profile head, frontal body; surrounded by geometric patterning; red, tan, cream, blue, green, pink. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Peruvian Peru Tribal Mummy Cloth Doll Musician

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Peruvian grave dolls, 1000-1500 AD late 20th century

peruvian grave dolls - CHM - VADS: the online resource for visual arts

peruvian grave dolls - CHM - VADS: the online resource for visual arts

manto paracas

manto paracas

Paracas tapestry fragment, Paracas Necropolis, Peru, 600-900.

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Headband, Wari culture, Peru, 7th-10th century. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Online Collection.

Headband | Wari | The Met

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Peruvian Chancay Woven Doll. Saw dolls similar to this one at an Art opening at UCF and was inspired by their faces.

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Kneeling Female Figure: Aztec culture, Kneeling Female figure, Stone; pigment, 15th-16th century, 21 ½x 10 ½ inches, Museum Purchase 1900, 00.5.1 Figural Sculpture (woven doll): Peruvian (Chancay) culture, Figural Sculpture, cotton and wool tapestry (face) plain weave (dress) wrapping over reeds (limbs) and alpaca fiber for wefts and hair, late intermediate period 1000-1476 CE, 14…

Huari textile fragment; cotton warps and camelid wefts; tapestry; frontal figure with arms held out to sides, wearing a patterned tunic, ear spool...

textile | British Museum

Textile fragment; cotton warps and camelid wefts; tapestry; frontal figure with arms held out to sides, wearing a patterned tunic, ear spools and headdress with feather motifs(?) and two bird-head appendages; a pair of zigzag streamer-like objects with feather(?) motifs at top flank the figure on either side. Edging of cross knit loop stitch(?) along top; red, tan, indigos, green and white.

Bag with Fringes, Huari culture, Peru. The Wari (Spanish: Huari) were a Middle Horizon civilization that flourished in the south-central Andes and coastal area of modern-day Peru, from about AD 500 to 1000. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bag with Fringes | Wari | The Met

Modern Peruvian artisans recreate Chancay dolls (named after the Chancay culture that inhabited the central coast of Peru ca. AD 1000 - 1476) in the old style using ancient fabrics.

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Green Lantern #118 (Jul 1979, DC)

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Peruvian Mummy Masks

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themegaloceros: “ Peruvian Mummy Masks Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology ”

Peruvian Dolls: A Bridge Between the Past and Present (Figure 1. Doll, 1950-1995; textiles, 1000-1476, Chancay, Peru, cotton, alpaca,)

Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection - School of Human Ecology

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The Paracas textiles were found at a necropolis in Peru in the 1920s. The necropolis held 420 bodies who had been mummified and wrapped in embroidered textiles in 200–300 BCE

The Paracas textiles were found at a necropolis in Peru in the 1920s. The necropolis held 420 bodies who had been mummified and wrapped in embroidered textiles in 200–300 BCE

Proto-Nasca textile (hip-cloth) Southern Peru 3rd century BCE Alpaca hair, woven in interlock 80 x 75 cm © Daroun Gallery

Proto-Nasca textile (hip-cloth) Southern Peru 3rd century BCE Alpaca hair, woven in interlock 80 x 75 cm © Daroun Gallery