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Tainos Goddesses II
Tainos Goddesses II

Tainos Goddesses II

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The Taíno were Arawak people who were the indigenous people of the Caribbean and Florida. At the time of European contact in the late 15th century, they were the principal inhabitants of most of Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola (The Dominican Republic and Haiti), and Puerto Rico. Basically the symbols in the  paintings are different types of gods, goddesses, and spirits the Tainos used to worship.

 

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  • Title: Tainos Goddesses II

  • Subject: Culture

  • Edition: Original Painting

  • Orientation: Vertical

  • Shape: Rectangle

  • Mediums & Materials: oil on canvas

  • Size (USA): 40W × 30H (inches)

  • Size (Metric): 101W × 76H (centimeters)

  • Assembly: Stretching/ Framing Required

  • Keywords: Original art work, ancestor, prayer, tribe, civilization, culture, ancient, symbol, tropical, god, ritual, nature, prayer, warrior, ritual, design, sacrifice.

  • Note: Image may not be representative of the actual canvas size.


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