The indigenous Indians of San Cristobal have for centuries woven colorful woolen goods from the sheep they tend. On special days of the week, they are carried into town to sell to visiting tourists. It is the women, along with their children, who are the vendors in this rich polychromatic market. While their men tend to the cornfields at home. Many of their intricate weaving patterns are centuries old in design and color.
This print is only available in our small and medium size at this time. We hope to rescan the original painting at some point in the future so we may offer larger sized giclee prints. If you or someone you know owns this original painting please contact us.