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Carlos Castaneda

Collection by Genevieve Ratinet

Genevieve Ratinet
Mesoamerican:Teotihuacan, Mexico, Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire, c. Mascara Oni, Art Beauté, Inka, Art Premier, Aztec Art, Art Institute Of Chicago, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations

Teotihuacan, Mexico - Mask from an Incense Burner Portraying the Old Deity of Fire. Lylith was a Fire Sign! (Lylith was surely a Priestess of Fyre in her magical persona.)

Yaqui Indian Soldadera de Sonora Mexico 1915 most likely part of Obregon's army, and it is likely that she was an officer, judging from her pearl handled revolver and her binoculars. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Chicano, Tina Modotti, Mexican Revolution, Mexican Heritage, 1 Gif, Native Indian


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-- Olmec Mask -- Centuries BCE -- Mexico -- Jade -- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Stone Sculpture, Objets Antiques, Art Antique

Mask | Olmec | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 900–400 B.C.. Geography: Mexico, Mesoamerica. Culture: Olmec. Medium: Jadeite. Dimensions: H. 5 3/4 × W. 5 1/2 × D. 3 in. (14.6 × 14 × 7.6 cm). ...

The Grim Story of Maya Blue. Maya blue retains its vibrant color for centuries. This figurine head from Jaina Island dates from the Maya Late Classic period from 600 to Maya Civilization, Mexica, Mesoamerican, Ancient Civilizations, Animal Design, Ancient Art, American Art, Archaeology, Art History

Scientists figure out secret of Maya’s blue paint

Ancient Maya would paint unlucky people blue and throw them down a sacred well as human sacrifices. Now scientists have solved the mystery of how to make the famous blue pigment by analyzing traces on pottery left in the bottom of the well.

Folding Chairs With Padded Seats Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Egyptian Mythology, Egyptian Goddess, Colombian Art, Colombian Culture, Mesoamerican, American Art


Ancient art restoration & conservation. Custom mounting and display stands. Specializing in Pre-Columbian art, I also offer affordable, authentic art and artifacts from throughout the world. Browse the Galleries for a wide selection of ancient artifacts and tribal art from the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific Rim.

✮ Giant Saguaro Cactus in Bloom. This cactus is over 200 years old! Grand Cactus, Desert Cactus, Desert Plants, Cacti And Succulents, Planting Succulents, Cactus Plants, Succulent Tree, Potted Plants, Agaves

Voyage Sur Mesure | Agence Francophone installée au Mexique

Le cactus, un des symboles du Mexique

Chac-mool en el Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, México D.F., México Aztec Art, Inca, Ap Art, Ancient Aliens, Art And Architecture, Art History, Northern California, Civilization, Carlos Castaneda

Chac-mool en el Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, México D.F., México

Martes 6 — Chac-mool en el Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan, México D.F., México

Huipiles of Oaxaca Mexican Fashion, Mexican Outfit, Mexican Dresses, Mexican Style, Ethnic Fashion, Traditional Mexican Dress, Traditional Dresses, Mexican Embroidery, Love Clothing

Huipiles of Oaxaca

Most North Americans get their first exposure to the traditional Mexican embroidered, or woven huipil/blouse, from the artist Frida Kahlo with her exotic style of dressing in Mexican indigenous clothing. Frida’s collection was recently discovered in her sealed closet at the Casa Azul—her home and current museum in the Coyoacan area of Mexico City. It had been hidden away for fifty years upon request of her husband, the Mexican muralist and painter Diego Rivera. What was discovered were a…