Axayacatl means “Water Mask”. Representing ruler Axayacatl, the sixth Tlatoani of Tenochtitlan (1469-1481) and ruler of the Aztecs. He was to succeed throne after the death of Moctezuma I. Axayacatl commanded the carving of the amazing “Aztec Calendar Stone” in Tenochtitlan. This illustration is inspired on a turquoise mask found in the archaeological site of Tenochtitlan in Mexico City.
|MATERIAL||HQ Cotton Paper/Piezoelectric inkjet printing|
|MEASUREMENTS||21" X 15"/ 53 X 38 CM|
|ART TECHNIQUE||Graphic Art|
|FRAMING||Includes picture-framing mat. Main frame NOT included (for illustrative purposes only)|
|NOTE||All art prints are individually stamped and shipped by artist as a guarantee of authenticity|
|SHIPPING COURSE||Allow 10 days for shipping|
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