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Moche and Nazca Art

Andean pottery culminated with the splendid vessels of the Moche and Nazca peoples. A sharp stylistic contrast may be observed between these two cultures. While Moche pottery is typically realistically modelled and painted with a single colour, the Nazca preferred stylized modelling decorated in multiple colours (see Realism vs. Stylization). The other most notable artworks of this period are the Nazca Lines (created by the Nazca culture). These enormous line  [ Read More ]

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