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Lambayeque Stirrup Vessel — Peru  700 AD - 1300 AD  An unusual Lambayeque stirrup vessel from the Sican area of northern-coastal Peru. Eight conjoined globular objects with two tall tapering spouts and an arched handle. Beautifully polychrome painted with exquisite detail and a nicely burnished surface

Lambayeque Stirrup Vessel — Peru 700 AD - 1300 AD An unusual Lambayeque stirrup…

Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a monkey holding a jar and perhaps listening to it. The Moche culture began about 200 B.C., lasting to about 1000 A.C. inhabiting the North Coast of Peru. The Moche artists produced the only realistic or naturalistic fine art sculpture visual art in pre-Hispanic or pre-Columbian South America. Much Mochican clay pottery survives, often painted with red and white slip. Photography by Nathan Benn from a private collection in…

Photograph of a Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of a monkey…

peruvian art | The Art And Archaeology Of The Moche An Ancient Andean Society Of The.

Moche (Mochica) ceramic pot vessel in the form of metallurgy craftsmen smelting metal objects from gold, copper or silver in a furnace or kiln.

Double Vessel with Mouse [Peru; Recuay] (66.30.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Double Vessel with Mouse, century Peru; Recuay Ceramic Contemporary with the Moche peoples on the coast, those of Recuay were in the highlands around the Callejón de Huaylas in the north-central Andes.

ancient peruvian pottery | Moche Artwork

Artist: Artist Unknown (Moche) Date: century Medium: Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects, Ceramic Size: 7 x 8 x 4 in. x x cm) Institution: Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Pottery; Pre-Columbian, Cupisnique, Effigy Vessel, 9 inch.

Pre-Columbian pottery effigy vessel, Peru, circa 900 to 400 B., brownware stirrup spout form with opposing feline-headed serpents, incised detail.

Moche III Stirrup Vessel of Iguana Lord, Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life."

Moche III Stirrup Vessel of Iguana Lord, Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life."

Early Intermediate (Moche IV), Mochica  Molded stirrup-spout vessel, A.D. 500–700  Ceramic with red and white slip  h. 24.0 cm., w. 14.4 cm., d. 15.5 cm. (9 7/16 x 5 11/16 x 6 1/8 in.)  Place made: North coast, Peru

Bat - Early Intermediate (Moche IV), Mochica Molded stirrup-spout vessel, A. Ceramic with red and white slip North coast, Peru

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