Peruvian Tapestries(240 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Tapestrie Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Tapestries
Where to begin! I am in love with this. The colors, the quality, the energy. I have it in my studio where i do energy work that includes a lot of sound energy. It hangs amongst some clear crystal tools and just makes the space pop. So very pleased.
The color, the texture, the pattern, the beauty! It is art. You can just feel it. Love this! I found a perfect tree branch to use as a rod and will be hanging it in my studio.
David Laura Zanabria Wool rugs and tapestries
"Through my art I want to reveal the Andean people and our capacity to redeem the past."
Popular Peruvian Tapestries
Handwoven Wool Fish Tapestry from Peru, "Colorful Aquarium"$139.99
Depicting an aquarium full of colorful fish, this tapestry from Peru is designed by David Laura Zanabria. He hand-weaves the hanging of wool, dying the yarns with vibrant colors that come together for an intricate composition that brings the beauty of the sea to your home.
Animal Themed Wool Sea Life Tapestry, "Aquarium"$299.99
Shimmering fish swim smoothly through the azure depths, gathering together for safety and company. Deftly navigating coral reefs, they move with grace and harmony. Raúl Ulloa Baylón weaves this tapestry by hand, employing virgin wool on a handloom. "This is a free work dedicated to the ocean and all who inhabit it. It is inspired by their tranquility," he says.
Titled "Acuario" in Spanish.
Wool tapestry, "Peruvian Coast"$149.99
People in boats gaze at the sunset sky as they sail along the Peruvian coast. Seagulls soar overhead, beautifully depicted in a tapestry. David Laura Zanabria creates a superb example of Ayacucho artistry. A display rod can be slipped through a hem at the top.
Titled "Costa peruana" in Spanish.
Hand Loomed Wool Tapestry, "Eden in the Andes"$549.99
Herons and swallows take to the skies where they are joined by twittering sparrows and silent butterflies. Ducks and macaws appear in this colorful garden of Eden. Pre-Hispanic masks set the earthly paradise in the New World, as Efrain Curi weaves a mesmerizing tapestry.
Titled "Mariposa y golondrinas" in Spanish.