Imperial Fighting Bull
Technique: Hand painted on cedar wood.
Unique and unrepeatable piece. It is delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
Sizes: 2.25 x 1.36 x 1.10 meters
Carving time: 4 months.
Drying time: 2 years.
Painting time: 11 months.
In Marakame, since 2017 we have been personally directing the process of Zapotec figures whose original name is “tonas” or “nahuales”.
This unique and unrepeatable piece of Oaxacan Alebrije commissioned by Marakame to the best modern alebrije authors, is hand painted on cedar wood carving.
The creation of this work of art took around four years, being a piece of great proportions that can hardly be found.
It is currently part of the Marakame Art collection, being available for sale.