The South American Incas were famous for their remarkable use of gold. Not only did they make jewellery and elaborate head dresses out of this precious metal, they made golden alpacas and Lamas. Like the ancient Egyptians the Incas buried their dead with offerings that symbolised the deceased persons needs in the afterlife. Alpacas were central to the Incan Empire, and so a golden llama or alpaca was essential.
This print is available in three sizes, 10 x 8 inches, 11 x 14 inches and 14 x18 inches.
Signed by the artist.
Reproduced from Daniel Mackie's watercolour painting, this print is printed on somerset velvet 225gsm fine art paper (10 x 8 inch prints are printed on smooth matt 190gsm paper).
All prints are mounted and backed with white core polar ingress mount board (14 x 18 is unmounted, as it is shipped in a tube). Frame not included.
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