Our Southern Neighbors2017-03-30T20:22:21+00:00

Project Description

Central and South American have a long and interesting past with various civilizations existing during different periods. The objects from this collection (both original and reproductions) provide a sense of the amazing creativity among these cultures.

I.A:
Cosecha (harvest), Peru

I.B:
Blouse with mola, Guatemala

 

I.C:
Decorative sash, Guatemala

I.D:
Embroidery on cotton, religious symbols and animals

I.E:
Mola, quilted square, red, orange and yellow  

I.F:
Mola in plexiglass frame

 

I.G:
Mola With Parrot In Red Frame  

II.A:
 Animal and Floral Painting (1)

II.A:
 Animal and Floral Painting (2)

II.B:
Obsidian Arrowhead, Mexico

II.C:
Jaina Pottery, Woman With Turquoise 

II.D:
Mayan Vase Fragment

II.F:
 Mayan Figure, Whistle 

II.G:
 Mayan Flute 

II.H:
Stirrup-Spout Vessel, Peru

II.I:  Duck Vessel, Central Mexico

II.J:  Pin based on a stone carving, Mexico