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d'ART ID#: 173404
Length: 47.00 in (119.38 cm)
Height: 47.00 in (119.38 cm)
Depth: 1.00 in (2.54 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Fabric , Fiber , Tapestry
Style & Subject:
Contemporary , Marine , Representational
Submitted by maximolauratapestry
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Maximo Laura
Alegria en la Fiesta Mayor del Agua
Maximo Laura
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Maximo Laura Tapestry - Hand Woven tapestry with Peruvian Alpaca.

Name: Alegria en la Fiesta Mayor del Agua
Size: 47 x 47 inches (120 x 120 cm)
Waiting time: This tapestry will be ready to ship 2 weeks after ordered
Shipping: Worldwide Shipping directly from Maximo Laura´s Studio.
Price: Contact us for price

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Maximo Laura is a Peruvian award winning textile artist known worldwide for his hand woven alpaca tapestries that intertwine ancestral Peruvian techniques, symbols, memories and myths with contemporary aesthetics.

Because of his contributions to Peruvian textile history and identity, Laura was recently designated as one of Peru´s “Living Human Treasure”, an award given, following UNESCO guidelines, to an artist whose role is to elevate and preserve the culture of its homeland.

Owners of Laura´s work include the World Bank in Washington D.C., the UNESCO Headquaters in Paris, the Smithsonian´s National Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Iberoamerican Craft in Spain, the Museum of the Americas in Miami, the The Latvian National Museum of Art and the National Museum of Peruvian Culture.

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