Lican Antai Girl

digital art By Francisco Letelier

Choose Print Size

Print Paper: Hahnemuhle Premium Photo Rag Fine Art Archival Paper
Maximum print dimensions above are listed in inches. Actual print size is based on the original image aspect ratio.
Dimensions: Each print retains the art's original proportion/aspect ratio within the selected print size. The print has a 1/2 inch handling border.

Choose Frame + Mat Options

Gallery Frames: Handcrafted pine (black/white) or walnut (natural) with UV-filtering acrylic plexiglass and optional acid-free mat

SKU: 4902-1114H-NONE
Shipping & Return
Fine Art Print FAQs
Created 2019 The Lican Antai people of the Atacama Desert have persisted for 12,000 years in the oases, valleys and gorges of the Andes. Dominated by the Inca in the 15th Century, their language, Kunza was believed extinct after the arrival of the Spanish. Today they are reviving the language in places where the Lican Antai or Atacameños hold on to their ways of life, using the scarce water and sparse terrain by keeping their livestock - llama and alpaca - both as pack animals and for their meat, hide and wool. Stewards of water in one of the driest and harshest environments on earth, they are a model for all as global climate change and mining practices bring heartbreaking tragedy and perplexing challenges to the Atacama Desert.