Inca Wall Decor(40 items)
Welcome to the Inca Wall Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Inca Wall Decor
This is the third piece of art I have purchased from this artist and I just love the craftsmanship put into each work
This has now taken pride of place
As expected a beautiful tapestry which will be much admired. Vibrant colours that will not disappoint. Great packaging and arrived a day early. Thank you so much. You are a very talented artist.
Beautiful and detailed!
We placed our beautiful tapestry over the fireplace. Everyone loves it! The colors are rich and tapestry is a wonderful size for the area in our place.
Eliazar Ochoa Ayacucho wool tapestries
"I love working in different colors and I find inspiration in the land of my birth — its history and the stories of my ancestors. I especially love preserving our traditions and techniques.
"Ayacucho is a privileged place. In the 17th century, it was already an important textile center, which made it one of our most important cities during the colonial period. Our... read more
Popular Inca Wall Decor
Peruvian Geometric Wool Tapestry Wall Hanging, "Inca Warmth"$207.99
Weaving is an ancient tradition in the Andes, and hand loomed Inca textiles were more highly prized than gold. Carrying on the legacy, Eliazar Ochoa creates an intricate tapestry of dazzling beauty. His motifs are inspired by ancient Andean art, executed in a woolen palette of glowing warmth.
Titled "Incaycas" in Spanish.
Bronze and copper wall art, "Ollantay the Warrior"
With a fierce expression and aggressive stance, Ollantay comes to life in the style of the Inca culture. Ollantay was a valiant warrior who fought for the military chieftain Tawantinsuyo. He fell in love with Cusi Coyllur, daughter of Pachacútec, and sought to win her heart. Working in copper and bronze, Angel Franco commemorates the legendary warrior in a beautiful outdoor wall art sculpture.
Geometric Handwoven Inca Wool Tapestry, "Warm Inca Symmetry"
Weaving is an ancient tradition in the Andes, and handloomed Inca textiles were once more highly prized than gold. Carrying on the legacy, Eliazar Ochoa creates an intricate tapestry of dazzling beauty. His motifs are inspired by ancient Andean art, executed in a woolen palette of glowing warmth.
Handcrafted Archaeological Bronze Copper Wall Art, "Fearless Tumi"
Angel Franco honors tradition with this admirable wall art sculpture. Detailed in copper over galvanized bronze, the legendary dagger symbolizes Inca greatness. The tumi is the ceremonial knife with a rounded blade once used for sacrifices during the sun festivities, and also for the burial of nobility. Nowadays people in Peru believe having a tumi, outdoor, at home will bring good luck.