Antique Greek theatrical masks. Antiqués. Art Gréco. Masques Tragiques, Sculptés.
Priestess. Noble Greek women with peplum. Winner in the Olympics. Bacchus priest. Greek king with regalia.
It has been remarked before, that the dress of the women in many of these Islands was extremely picturesque and becoming. The present, perhaps, is only partially so, on account of the concealment of the lower part of the face
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Dame Grecque de Sicile. Costumes historiques de ville ou de théatre et travestissements. Achille Devéria
Early Cretan libation vessel, found at Crete, New Palace Knossos.
The Snake Goddess from Knossos, ca. 2000 B.C. Regarded as characteristic of feminine fashion in Minoan Crete.
A hallmark of the tragic and grotesque theater in ancient Rome were the colorful and expressive masks (caricature).
The costume of the ancient, by Thomas Hope. Amazon picture was found on a Greek vase.
Ancient Greek mythology. The Sphinx was considered a demon of destruction and doom.
A terminal statue of an Hermaphrodite. The human body extends downwards as low as the hips, whence it gradually assumes the form of a square pilaster diminishing in size towards the base.