Preview of our Gaucho Fiesta Series (Shop Products)

Photos of our latest calendar “Gaucho Fiesta”

The cover of of our latest calendar: GAUCHO FIESTA.

The cover of of our latest calendar: GAUCHO FIESTA.


All images below are part of our NEW CALENDAR!
This calendar is printed on demand in A3-format with large quality photos (no watermarks on calendar images)!
Calendar Cover: this gaucho takes it easy, mate cup with the typical silver straw in one hand, thermos with hot water to refill the cup in the other...

Calendar Cover: this gaucho takes it easy, mate cup with the typical silver straw in one hand, thermos with hot water to refill the cup in the other…
Please note: you can order this calendar any time of the year and set a starting month!

Calendar - January: a young woman looks on whilst two older gauchos have a chat across the fence.

Calendar – January: a young woman looks on whilst two older gauchos have a chat across the fence.


Calendar - February: a young paisanita in the arena talks with her dad in the audience.

Calendar – February: a young paisanita in the arena talks with her dad in the audience.


Calendar - March: a collage of 4 shots, gaucho riding a bucking horse in the arena

Calendar – March: a collage of 4 shots. A gaucho on a bucking horse in the arena.


Calendar - April: a group of gaucho musicians on the back of a horse drawn cart. They were waiting in the rain to join the gaucho parade through Tacuarembo.

Calendar – April: a group of gaucho musicians on the back of a horse drawn cart waiting to join the parade.


Calendar - May: typical gaucho cooking on the open fire. Above the fire hangs a cauldron to boil a meaty stew, next to the fire the meat is roasting on the 'asado' grill. Note the bone stools on the left!

Calendar – May: typical gaucho cooking on the open fire, with a cauldron and meat roasting on the ‘asado’ grill next to it.


Calendar - June: traders at one of the Guasquero stalls. Guasqueros (a very Uruguayan word) make bridals and ropes for horses from cured cow or sheep hides.

Calendar – June: traders at one of the Guasquero stalls. Guasqueros make bridals and ropes for horses from cured cow or sheep hides.

Calendar - July: a group of youngsters, all dressed in traditional gaucho clothes, hang around a compound.

Calendar – July: a group of youngsters, all dressed in traditional gaucho clothes, hang around a compound.


Calendar - August: a gaucho wife, sitting on her horse with the traditional wide skirt flared out across the horse's rump.

Calendar – August: a gaucho wife holding her daughter; her traditional wide skirt flared out across the horse’s rump.


Calendar - September: during the festival was a competition between young gauchitos and paisanitas from all participating gaucho groups.

Calendar – September: during the festival was a competition between young gauchitos and paisanitas.


Calendar - October: one of the team compounds had a complete blacksmith workshop set up, and occasionally somebody would forge a horseshoe.

Calendar – October: one of the team compounds had a complete blacksmith workshop set up.


Calendar - November: a group of gauchos standing in the morning sun and drinking some mate, the herbal brew (similar to tea) which is so typical of Argentina, Uruguay, and Southern Brazil.

Calendar – November: a group of gauchos drinking some mate, the herbal brew which is so typical of the region.


Calendar - December: unfortunately the annual parade coincided with a heavy rain shower. These two gauchos search some shelter under trees until the worse is over and the parade resumes.

Calendar – December: unfortunately the annual parade coincided with a heavy rain shower. These two gauchos search some shelter under trees.

All images above are part of our latest CALENDAR , which can be ordered to begin with any month of the year. Selected images can also be ordered as

For more products visit our SHOP at redbubble.com . All products are printed on demand, redbubble has printing locations in the USA, Europe, and Australia – so delivery is often very quick! Last calendar order in Australia took 5 days from ordering to receiving the calendar.

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