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This art print illustration tells the story of the Raramuri or Tarahumara which are a group of indegenous people of the Americas living in the State of Chihuahua in Mexico. They are renowned for their long distance running ability.  They live in the high sierra and canyons such as the copper Canyon. This area is now known Sierra Tarahumara because of their presence. They live in caves and eat handmade corn torillas, beans, they live in a very simple way and dress very colourful making their own clothes. They are very crafty people making baskets using materials from nature and then selling them as a souvenir for tourist to help them to survive.


This colourful and vibrant fine art print illustration is a wonderful gift for those who likes to bring a lot of colour and warmth to their home or office.

Tarahumara Baskets

  • Printed on archival matt paper

    Glicee art print

    Size A 4 and A3 art print

    Unframed, unmounted

    Illustrated by Rosa Brown in her very unique colourful style 

    Packed in a cellophane bag with backing board

    Designed, printed and packed in my own studio in the UK

    All art prints are illustrated and created in our own studio 

    Hand brushed signed print

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