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Fine Art prints by Matthieu Paley




Flood-driven debris clogs the Maniqui River shallows where Cunay bathes. A great orange tip butterfly, common in the Amazon, casts a shadow on his back. Even in old age – Cunay is 78 – most Tsimane remain lean from walking miles a day to gather enough food to survive. The Tsimane of Bolivia get most of their food from the river, the forest, or fields and gardens carved out of the forest.

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Collection: BlueInstagram


During six months, I photographed traditional self-sufficient communities all over the world, focusing on how their lifestyle is dictated by the environment they live in and by their search for food. A global story for National Geographic Magazine titled “The Evolution of Diet” (Sept 2014).

Print Details

Format: Archival print, printed with pigment ink on acid free Hahnemühle paper.

Limited Edition of 30

Signed and titled on the back.

Image Size: 50 cm x 40 cm

Print is sold unmounted


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This print will be printed to order in Lisbon and will usually ship within 2 weeks of receipt of payment.

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