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  • SKU: H-65

Huichol Yarn Painting (24" x 24") Mexican Indigenous Art

    DESCRIPTION
    "In this painting we see the eagle god (which is the most powerful) receiving the blessing from the deer god and how it demonstrates his sacrifices. He takes the eagle god offerings such as arrows, peyote, feathers, and candles from the people so that the people may receive the blessing from the eagle god."

    Absolutely exquisite yarn painting made in the Sierra Madre region in Jalisco, Mexico by top indigenous Huichol artist Ernesto Benitez. This painting was made with colored yarn applied with a natural adhesive mixture of beeswax and pine resin over a sheet of wood. Can be hung with attached hook

    Size(Length/Width/Depth): 24" x 24" x 1"

    Origin: San Andrés Cohamiata, Mexico

    Materials: Wood panel, dyed yarn, natural adhesive made from beeswax & pine resin

    Includes written description and signature on back

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