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Ethiopian Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 714 pictures in our Ethiopian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Genoese world map, 1450 Featured Print

Genoese world map, 1450

Genoese world map. This world map was drawn in around 1450, possibly by the Italian mathematician, astronomer, and geographer Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli (1397-1482). It shows the world's eastern hemisphere (Europe, Africa and Asia) before the Americas were discovered. The map is annotated in Latin and illustrated with numerous artworks showing rivers, mountains, animals, plants and ships. It also shows towns and castles representing major population centers, princes on their thrones, and the territorial claims to Mediterranean and other islands. This copy, marked 1457, was published in 1912 by the Hispanic Society of America

© LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, GEOGRAPHY AND MAP DIVISION/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Ethiopia, Aksum, Northern Stelae Park, The Great Stelae Featured Print

Ethiopia, Aksum, Northern Stelae Park, The Great Stelae

Ethiopia, Aksum, Northern Stelae Park, The Great Stelae
ETHIOPIA, Aksum, Northern Stelae Park, The Great Stelae believed to be the largest single block of stone that humans have tried to erect - measuring 22m. Sholars believe it toppled over as it

© Jane Sweeney

Africa, African, Aksum, Axum, Broken, Eh01122, Ethiopia, Ethiopian, Fallen, Jai, Jane Sweeney, Northern Stelae Park, Sub Saharan Africa, The Great Stelae, Tigray Region, Unesco World Heritage Site

Yaja Upayaja perform sacrifice emergence Dhrishtadyumna Featured Print

Yaja Upayaja perform sacrifice emergence Dhrishtadyumna

Yaja and Upayaja perform a sacrifice for the emergence of Dhrishtadyumna from the fire, from Adi-parva (volume one) of the Razm-nama (Book of Wars) adapted and translated into Persian by Mir Ghiyath al-Din Ali Qazvini, known as Naqib Khan (Persian, d. 1614) from the Sanskrit Mahabharata, 1598. Attributed to Bilal Habshi (probably Ethiopian, active late 1500s). Opaque watercolor with gold on paper, text on verso; page: 29.8 x 16.8 cm (11 3/4 x 6 5/8 in.)

© Liszt Collection