This painting is an interpretation of ancient Mayan art from Palenque. The Palenque ruins date from 225BC to 790AD, and the photograph is of a replica of Upakal K’inich, the son of K’inich Ahkal Mo’ Naab III.
Painting of interpretation of Mayan Art from ruins in Palenque, Mexico.
|Dimensions||297 × 210 mm|
Arches Rough 300g/m²
247 x 188 mm
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