Carapan, Mexican Folk Art Gallery.
Chamula Indigenous Man Standing holdinga Bag Wood Carving
ABOUT THIS WOOD CARVING
Chamula Indigenous man standing holding a bag wood carving, A traditional wood carving made by the “chamulas” or Tzotziles craftsmen from Chiapas. The variety of woods in the area, allows them to produce a variety of pieces ranging from home furnishings and toys to art carved wood. The wood carvings are the finest samples of their crafts, being very detailed figures with delicate polished and smooth surfaces. Carved in just one block of wood.
|HEIGHT||34 cm / 13.39 in.|
|LENGHT||10.5 cm / 4.134 in.|
|WIDTH||8.5 cm / 4.134 in.|
|APROX. WEIGHT||400 gr / 0.88 lb|
|CARE||Clean with soft cloth and wood cleaner.|