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AZTEC Calendar and High Priest Framed Vibrant Watercolor Signed. Vintage Art

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Aztec is en vogue currently, but it's always been a superb way to make a statement and add color and pattern to your decor. I was very taken by this when I first saw this wall art, but, I thought it was a print and passed it up at first. It turns out it is a true watercolor of a High Priest and the Aztec Calendar in some type of ceremony.

I was confused as to whether this was an Aztec Calendar or Mayan. If you have the time, you can look up the differences between Aztec and Mayan civilizations. It is worth it. The wooden frame measures approximately 24" by 16-1/2". There is a very small tear bottom left of face else fine

I did some research and the calendar in this painting looks like the image of an Aztec Calendar, on display at the Museo Nacional de Antropologia in Mexico City, Mexico. The original object is a 12 feet, massive stone slab, carved in the middle of the 15th century. Many renditions of it exist and have existed through the years throughout Mexico.

The Aztecs and the Mayan Calendars look alike in many cases, so it just might be Mayan. All I know for sure is this is a very nice work and signed Julio. On the back of painting is a date it was gifted from one person to another. The date is 1979 and as it happens I got married that year, 35 years ago. Just let the pictures be your guide and I feel sure you won't be disappointed.

Just Let the pictures be your guide and I feel sure you won't be disappointed. Thank You for visiting VeiledThroughTime, it is appreciated. And do come back, we think out of the box. You never know what you might find, we have quite the variety!

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Aztec is en vogue currently, but it's always been a superb way to make a statement and add color and pattern to your decor. I was very taken by this when I first saw this wall art, but, I thought it was a print and passed it up at first. It turns out it is a true watercolor of a High Priest and the Aztec Calendar in some type of ceremony.

I was confused as to whether this was an Aztec Calendar or Mayan. If you have the time, you can look up the differences between Aztec and Mayan civilizations. It is worth it. The wooden frame measures approximately 24" by 16-1/2". There is a very small tear bottom left of face else fine

I did some research and the calendar in this painting looks like the image of an Aztec Calendar, on display at the Museo Nacional de Antropologia in Mexico City, Mexico. The original object is a 12 feet, massive stone slab, carved in the middle of the 15th century. Many renditions of it exist and have existed through the years throughout Mexico.

The Aztecs and the Mayan Calendars look alike in many cases, so it just might be Mayan. All I know for sure is this is a very nice work and signed Julio. On the back of painting is a date it was gifted from one person to another. The date is 1979 and as it happens I got married that year, 35 years ago. Just let the pictures be your guide and I feel sure you won't be disappointed.

Just Let the pictures be your guide and I feel sure you won't be disappointed. Thank You for visiting VeiledThroughTime, it is appreciated. And do come back, we think out of the box. You never know what you might find, we have quite the variety!

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AZTEC Calendar and High Priest Framed Vibrant Watercolor Signed. Vintage Art

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: Wood Glass Paper Paint
  • Feedback: 743 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people
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