Peruvian Wall Art(51 items)
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Featured Reviews on Peruvian Wall Art
This is the third piece of art I have purchased from this artist and I just love the craftsmanship put into each work
I will cherish this item. I just love Peruvian folk music and keep watching it on YouTube. this retablo is so much giving the accent of music and movement. I just love it
Watches over my living room!
This little owl came in time, and in perfect condition. It is a beautiful addition to the art I have collected and makes me smile every time I look at it!
Angel Franco Bronze and copper art
"What I want to transmit is everything that ancient Peruvian cultures left for the world – I want everyone to know these great artisans and their creations."
"I married very young so I had to start working on my own. I kept all this from my family and, when they found out... read more
Popular Peruvian Wall Art
Collectible Archaeological Copper and Bronze Wall Art, "Lucky Tumi"$69.99
Today, hanging a knife on the wall is believed to bring good luck. Centuries ago, the tumi was used for rituals during the Inti Raymi ceremonies in honor of the sun, after the maize harvest. Peru's Angel Franco works with galvanized bronze and copper to sculpt this replica with sublime detail.
Hand Made Modern Steel Wall Art, "Evolution"$89.99
"The spiral symbolizes the passing of time, or the duration of natural life," says Marco Florindez as he explains his work. "Life never stops developing through time and space. I was inspired by a symbol on a textile piece from the Chavin culture. It was the abstraction of a serpent coiled into a spiral with a central point of origin and infinite continuity." Florindez starts sculpting the piece with a steel base adding cotton textures in black featuring a soft burgundy light.
Since the piece hangs from the steel frame, it can be placed in any direction, as desired.
Titled "Evolution" in Spanish.
Bronze and copper wall sculpture, "Our Tumi"$59.99
Working with copper and bronze, Peru's Angel Franco replicates the legendary as a wall sculpture. Today, hanging a tumi knife on the wall is believed to bring good luck. Centuries ago, the tumi was used for rituals during the Inti Raymi ceremonies in honor of the sun, after the maize harvest. It depicts a divine Inca character standing atop a rounded blade.