Northern Peru's pottery traditions focus on three-dimensionality, the vessels often modeled into a variety of volumetric forms depicting human figures, fruits, or vegetables and even architecture. The coastal Moche and their highland Recuay neighbors were masters of the modeled form, having explored and perfected this tradition whose origins reach back as much as a thousand years among cultures of the Early Horizon (900 -200 BCE
Vessel, Recuay, Peru, north highlands, 100 B.C.E. - 600 C.E., Ceramic, Fowler Museum at UCLA. Fowler Museum at UCLA. X66.1264.
Vessel, Recuay, Peru, north highlands, 100 B.C.E. - 600 C.E., Ceramic, Fowler Museum at UCLA. Fowler Museum at UCLA. X88.842.
Pottery, Moche Culture, Peru
A Nasca Terracotta Kero, Southern Peru, ca. 350 - 400 AD
A Nasca Terracotta Kero, Southern Peru, ca. 350 - 400 AD | Sands of Time Ancient Art
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Pre-Columbian, Peruvian Chancay Pottery Olla Man Carrying A Lama, #887