textile from Peru, South America, Paracas culture 750 B.C. to A.D. 100.

textile from Peru, South America, Paracas culture 750 B.C. to A.D. 100.

Fine Art Photography Art Print 85 x 11 stilleven door StudioMiradero

Fine Art Photography, Art Print, 8,5 x 11, stilleven foto met stillevens, bloemen, cottage chique kunst, roze, Peruaanse lilies

Fine Art Photography Art Print 85 x 11 stilleven door StudioMiradero

Manteau, Paracas

Manteau, Paracas

6 Redenen om kennis te maken met de Peruaanse keuken Peru is een veelzijdig land waar je de meest uiteenlopende bezienswaardigheden kan gaan bewonderen, waar je kennis kan gaan maken met kunst en cultuur, waar je de meest vriendelijke mensen kan ontmoeten en waar je prachtige steden kan gaan bezoeke...

6 Redenen om kennis te maken met de Peruaanse keuken Peru is een veelzijdig land waar je de meest uiteenlopende bezienswaardigheden kan gaan bewonderen, waar je kennis kan gaan maken met kunst en cultuur, waar je de meest vriendelijke mensen kan ontmoeten en waar je prachtige steden kan gaan bezoeke...

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » “Chuspa”. Bolsa. Figuras antropomorfas y zoomorfas

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » “Chuspa”. Bolsa. Figuras antropomorfas y zoomorfas

Paracas textile (Pre-Incan Peru)

Paracas textile (Pre-Incan Peru)

Pampas cat and tree, boarder figure 3, Nasca, Mantle ("The Paracas Textile"), 100-300 C.E., cotton, camelid fiber, 58-1/4 x 24-1/2 inches / 148 x 62.2 cm, found South Coast, Paracas, Peru (Brooklyn Museum)

Pampas cat and tree, boarder figure 3, Nasca, Mantle ("The Paracas Textile"), 100-300 C.E., cotton, camelid fiber, 58-1/4 x 24-1/2 inches / 148 x 62.2 cm, found South Coast, Paracas, Peru (Brooklyn Museum)

Paracas, 2000 years ago...

Paracas, 2000 years ago...

An extraordinary textile from a burial in Paracas, Peru  (about 700 BC to 100 AD, the "early horizon.".) Click to get a larger picture. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu,"

An extraordinary textile from a burial in Paracas, Peru (about 700 BC to 100 AD, the "early horizon.".) Click to get a larger picture. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu,"

This weaving was made by the Nazca people of what is now coastal southern Peru. The Nazca culture attained its height between 200 BC and AD 600. The pre-Columbian cultures of the Andes made exquisite textiles, which often depicted mythical stories and were sometimes used as markers of status by their owners.

This weaving was made by the Nazca people of what is now coastal southern Peru. The Nazca culture attained its height between 200 BC and AD 600. The pre-Columbian cultures of the Andes made exquisite textiles, which often depicted mythical stories and were sometimes used as markers of status by their owners.

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