75,00€ – 215,00€
The tattoo artist
Banned by the first missionaries, Polynesian tattooing has undergone a revival and considerable expansion since the early 1980s.
Originally, it was a sacred art and the motifs were a social marker symbolising the rank occupied in the hierarchy.
The whole body was susceptible to tattooing except for the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet. The more a man was tattooed, the greater his ascendancy.
Incremental selling method© initiated by Pachir’art : buy quickly to get the best price on this work !
|Artwork with a certificate of authenticity|
|Delivery generally under 5 working days*|
|14-day trial period with a return under conditions (see our TCS)|
|Secure payment by credit card, bank transfer or Paypal|
*The works are made according to an artisanal process which guarantees the quality, but can sometimes lead to longer delivery times (maximum 20 working days).
A3 – 30x40cm, A4 – 20×30 cm