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Vintage

Huichol Yarn Painting

Bruce Kapson

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Huichol Yarn Painting
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Huichol Yarn Painting
Huichol Yarn Painting
Huichol Yarn Painting

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1970s

Condition:

Very Good; some wear, paint loss to frame

Country of Origin:

Mexico

Materials:

wool/beeswax/wood

Size:

25" L x 25" W x 2" H

Color/Finish:

pink/red/green/multi

Why We Love This

Yarn paintings are a traditional art in which the Huichol people recorded dreams, visions, myths, and the personal prayers of the artist. This 1970s work is by Martin de la Cruz. The wool yarn is pressed into beeswax on a wood board. Signed on the back. Frame has areas of paint loss.
As described by Bruce Kapson Gallery

Why We Love This

Yarn paintings are a traditional art in which the Huichol people recorded dreams, visions, myths, and the personal prayers of the artist. This 1970s work is by Martin de la Cruz. The wool yarn is pressed into beeswax on a wood board. Signed on the back. Frame has areas of paint loss.

About Bruce Kapson Gallery

Furniture, artifacts, pottery and artwork from the Americas--from the Amazon to the far northern reaches of the Arctic, historic to contemporary--are part of a lifelong collection at the Bruce Kapson Gallery. Each object is notable for its design, and connection to the land and its people. Bruce Kapson had galleries in Santa Barbara and Santa Monica, California for over 20 years and has been a private dealer and consultant for a decade.

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