Wordless Wednesday : Pre-Columbian Art, Tucson Museum of Art

Wordless Wednesday : Pre-Columbian Art, Tucson Museum of Art


PreColumbian Female figure

Mayan Carved Vessel
Carved Vessel, Mayan Culture 600-900AD, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Tripod Cylinder Vessel with Underworld Scene, Mayan Culture, 700-900AD, El Salvador

Remojades Culture, 300-1000AD, Veracruz, Mexico

Seated Priestess, Remojades culture, 400-700AD, Veracruz, Mexico

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Pre-Columbian Art Contemporary Art and Latin America: Selections from the Diane and Bruce Halle Collection, Tucson Museum of Art


Tucson Museum of Art
Palice Gallery of Latin American Art, 2nd floor
140 N. Main Ave.
Tucson, Az
Tu-Sun 10am-5pm
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15 Replies to “Wordless Wednesday : Pre-Columbian Art, Tucson Museum of Art”

    1. I’m glad you enjoyed the artifacts. Thanks for the compliments on the shooting . My camera did most the work, thank goodness, because they don’t allow flash. They had paintings on the same floor from Colonial Central America but they didn’t turn out as well.

    1. I like the art of the older cultures too. And the fact that they’ve lasted this long is pretty amazing.

    1. thanks. I’m glad you enjoyed the pics. While some looked like things I’ve seen in books or magazines, somethings looked really different to me like the owl-looking lady

      1. I have seen some of those things though not so good pieces as shown for sale around here, but I think they must be either stolen or more likely made in someone’s garage!

        1. lol. I wish I was good enough to make things like these in my garage but clay has never been my forte.

    1. Me too. That’s why I think museums are so cool. Ghost towns too although they are a little sad too.

      Hope you’re having a great day!

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