viernes, 17 de marzo de 2017

Canvas"America the beautiful"


Hola !!

Hoy quiero presentarles este canvas que hice inspirado en un moodboard que me trajo a la mente un fragmento de la historia de mi país por el rojo,el negro ,el dorado,las plumas y esa casita nativo americana.

El titulo de mi canvas es América the beautiful. pero cuando digo américa seguro la mayoría piensa en USA pero américa no solo es USA ,es un continente muy grande y con muchas culturas que a lo largo del tiempo  han luchado por su libertad e independencia, les quiero contar un pequeño fragmento de la historia de mi cultura, como saben yo soy peruana y aquí antes de la llegada de los españoles gobernaban los Inkas un cultura que se formo de la unión de varias tribus y poco a poco formaron un imperio que  ocupo varios países como:Ecuador,Colombia,Bolivia y Chile,hasta que murió el Inka(rey) y el tenia dos hijos Huascar y Atahualpa,este ultimo era hijo de la concubina(amante) y no tenia derecho a ocupar el trono, el heredero era su hermano Huascar hijo de la coya(esposa) pero Atahualpa nunca lo acepto y hubo una guerra civil por el poder ,Atahualpa gano y es en ese  momento que llegan los españoles por el norte  donde gobernaba Atahualpa y ahi tratarón de acercarse a  Atahualpa de forma amistosa cuando se acercaron lo suficiente  tomaron por asalto la ciudad y el inka fue capturado al ver que para los españoles el oro y plata tenia un valor diferente al que ellos les daban, le ofreció a pizarro un cuarto lleno de oro hasta donde su brazo alzado llegara,pero Pizarro no cumplió su promesa y condenaron a muerte al inka ,al no haber un líder  el imperio se desmorono,comenzaron los saqueos a  todas las ciudades y los templos .Hubo rebeliones  pero ninguna venció,fueron muchos años de esclavitud  muchos murieron en las minas de oro, otros de simples enfermedades como una gripe, solo los mas fuertes sobrevivieron hasta la independencia .


Hello!!

Today I want to present this canvas  that I made. I was inspired by a moodboard because it made me think about a piece of history from my country. I was inspired by the different colors: the red, black, and gold colors,  Also the feathers and the small Native American house inspired me too.


The title of my canvas is "America the Beautiful", but when I say America, I'm sure that a lot of people think about the United States. But here in Latin America we refer to both North America and South America as "America", because it's actually one continent, which has had a lot of different cultures that with the passing of time have fought for their liberty and independence. Today I want to tell you all about a small fragment of our Peruvian history. Here in Peru, before the Spaniards came, there was an empire (the Inka Empire) which encompassed various regions, including all of Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru, and parts of Colombia and Chile. The Inkas had formed a union between various different tribes. The Inka Empire reined until the point where an Inka king had died and left behind two sons. They were Huascar and Atahualpa. The first one was the son of the Inka king's wife and the latter was the son of a concubine the king had. Atahualpa didn't have the right to inherit the throne but Huascar did because he was the son of the wife of the deceased king. Atahualpa never accepted Huascar's kingship so a civil war ensued from which Atahualpa resulted as the victor. Atahualpa became king around the same time the Spaniards had entered the north part of the empire, which is actually from where Atahualpa launched his rebellion. The Spaniards approached Atahualpa in a friendly way but it was only trick so that they could ambush the city where Atahualpa was. After capturing Atahualpa, the Inka king offered the Spaniard "Francisco Pizarro" a room full of gold filled up until the ceiling for his release. For the Spaniards, gold and silver had a different value than it did for the Inkas. Unfortunately Pizarro did not keep his side of the bargain and the Inka king was assassinated. Since there was no leader in the Inka empire, chaos ran rampant and the Spaniards began to pillage and lute all the cities of the Inka Empire. The indigenous people attempted many times to fight back, but every rebellion was crushed. Many  were murdered, but also many had succumbed to simple illnesses such as the flu. Also many died in the gold mines where the Spaniards had forced them to become slaves. Only the strongest survived until independence.








Some close ups











MIXED MEDIA PLACE


Me inspire en los colores negro.rojo.dorado y plumas

I was inspired by the black, red, and gold colors and also by the feathers.



muchas gracias por la visita

Thanks for visiting.

noura
xoxo

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