Multicolor Tapestries(122 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Tapestrie Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Tapestries
The color, the texture, the pattern, the beauty! It is art. You can just feel it. Love this! I found a perfect tree branch to use as a rod and will be hanging it in my studio.
This is my first time buying on this site. When you change money to Canadian, add tax, and postage, it is expensive and I was a bit apprehensive because pictures dont show everything. I waited a while because they were out of stock but this was no problem. When it came, it was nicely packaged. The design I chose was bright and cheery and what I liked best was the workmanship and the weight of the wool. it wasnt skimpy. Also, theres a nice pocket in which to place my rod when I get it. I thought Id have to manage that myself. So, all in all, I am a happy customer and its worth the $ to me!.
David Laura Zanabria Wool rugs and tapestries
"Through my art I want to reveal the Andean people and our capacity to redeem the past."
Popular Multicolor Tapestries
Beautiful Fair Trade Wool Tapestry, "Hummingbird Song"$269.99
Inspired by wintry landscapes in the Andes, Cerapio Vallejo depicts birds of wondrous plumage inhabiting bare tree branches. Fluttering hummingbirds accompany the nesting birds, as Vallejo draws their image on a pedal loom. Finished by hand, this colorful allegory to a Peruvian winter is ideal for a home of good taste.
Cubist Tapestry Wall Hanging Hand Loomed in Peru, "The Harp Player"$189.99
Geometric shapes of varied colors come together to form an Andean patchwork, depicting a harp player focused on her beloved instrument. The harp plays an integral role in Peruvian folklore, its beautiful melody drifting easily through the mountainous landscape. Vegetable dyes color the wool, producing spectacular designs carefully woven by hand on a loom.
Titled "La arpista" in Spanish.
Wool Geometric Tapestry Wall Hanging (5x4), "Rainbow Alphabet"$329.99
David Laura Zanabria designs a hypnotic composition. It depicts the stylized glyphs of Inca inspiration that were once used as an alphabet. Zanabria uses intense colors and weaves the tapestry on a traditional loom. His style derives from the textile legacy of Ayacucho artistry.
Titled "Tocapus en colores" in Spanish.
Hand Loomed Wool Tapestry, "Eden in the Andes"$549.99
Herons and swallows take to the skies where they are joined by twittering sparrows and silent butterflies. Ducks and macaws appear in this colorful garden of Eden. Pre-Hispanic masks set the earthly paradise in the New World, as Efrain Curi weaves a mesmerizing tapestry.
Titled "Mariposa y golondrinas" in Spanish.