Coatlicue - Aztec goddess, The mythological mother of the moon and stars

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(55" x 55")

$26.00
PeterAndrew

Yelverton, United Kingdom

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  • Large 55” square
  • Full print is visible on the front and reverse
  • Microfiber polyester with a slightly transparent effect
  • Hand wash only. Do not dry clean or tumble dry.

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This is a colourised version of a pencil sketch I did of an Aztec statue of Coatlicue (who’s name translates as something like ‘she who wears a skirt of snakes’). Coatlicue was an aztec goddess who unfortunately had her head chopped off in later life and is described as a sort of ‘primordial earth mother’. For further information, there’s a brief informative write up on wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coatlicue

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