Autor:Alayza Tijero, Pedro Pablo
The Pedro de Osma Museum houses more than 2,500 artistic pieces dating from the 5th to the 19th centuries that mostly come from the south of the Peruvian Andes. The objects from Ancient Peru, such as queros, tupus and aryballos, belong to the Tiwanaku and Inca cultures. On the other hand, the viceregal collection is composed of paintings from the Cusco School, religious sculptures, Huamanga stone carvings and silverwork. In this guide, the collections are organized in halls, defined by theme or temporality, and accompanied by a brief explanation that allows them to be understood in their historical process.