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Ama Llulla, Ama Shua, Ama Quilla Vessel

A work made of ceramic, pigment, and shinquillu lacquer, possibly from the brazilian elemi (protium heptophyllum).

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  • A work made of ceramic, pigment, and shinquillu lacquer, possibly from the brazilian elemi (protium heptophyllum).

Date:

1986

Artist:

Rebeca Gualinga (Rebeca Hualinga)
Canelos Quichua, active 20th century
Puyo, Pastaza Province, Ecuador

About this artwork

Status

On View, Gallery 136

Department

Arts of the Americas

Artist

Rebeca Gualinga

Culture

Canelos Quichua

Title

Ama Llulla, Ama Shua, Ama Quilla Vessel, Storage Jar for Woman's Personal Things Symbolizing Protest

Places

Ecuador (Object made in), Pastaza (Object made in)

Date

1986

Medium

Ceramic, pigment, and shinquillu lacquer, possibly from the Brazilian Elemi (Protium heptophyllum)

Dimensions

20.3 x 20.3 cm (8 x 8 in.)

Credit Line

Arnold H. Crane Endowment Fund

Reference Number

2020.226

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