Textil Chimu. La mayoria de los textiles estaban tejidos con lana de alpaca,pero muchos de ellos tenian aplicaciones de hilos de oro,plata,plumas de aves y cabellos humanos.
Detail: Discontinuous warp textile c. 200 A.D. camelid fiber, 69 x 113 cm Paracas Nazca transition period Boston: MFA
Chimú style (1350 - 1450) Ceremonial textile Slit tapestry in cotton and camelid fibre (1350 AD - 1450 AD) Dimensions Height: 26.77 in. Width: 26.77 in. Current location MALI, Museo de Arte de Lima
Museo Larco, Lima. Cultura Mochica. 1 - 800 D.C. Epoca Auge Fragmento de tapiz con diseños antropomoporfos
rug #: 2-102 type: Peruvian Weaving origin: Peru size: 3'11" x 5'2" This rendering of a traditional Inca calendar design is playfully executed with it's choice of bright, saturated colors on a simple white background. This one of a kind work of art is all handmade with natural materials and vegetable dyes, and was purchased directly from the artisan who produced it.
Complex linear fractal patterns are distinctive to the Shipibo women who design and make these colorful embroideries. Cotton fabric forms the base cloth that is then painted with the earthen clay slip from the Amazon region in Peru. | Clothroads
"Northern Coast, Peru, Chimu, ca. 1000 to 1300 CE. This Andean textile is composed of wool from alpaca or llama and cotton dyed with natural dyes that have retained their vibrant hues, mainly red, rose, and brown. Its fine condition is most likely attributed to the dry conditions of the Andes and protection from the region's sunlight. The composition consists of longitudinal panels of nested profiled birds delineated with their characteristic beaks and tails alternating with rich brown…
textile from Peru, South America, Paracas culture 750 B.C. to A.D. 100.