No masks by Kiyotoki-Shimomura By the death of Kiyotoki-Shimomura on May 29th, 1922, at the age of fifty-five, not only Nippon, but the world at large, lost a master carver… Read More
Ko-omote. Noh. Japanese theater masks. Four no-masks. Above left: The blind singer. Semimaru Kimura. Upper right: type Hashihime, girl transform into a demon. Bottom left: Heshimi Akujo (demon) of Shigeyoshi… Read More
ZUÑI MASKS AND KŌ-YĒ-MĒ-SHI. GROUP OF SÄ-LÄ-MŌ-BĪ-YA MASKS. 1. KŌ-YĒ-MĒ-SHI – 2. PA-OO-TI-WA – 3. SAI-A-HLI-A. Ceremonial masks for rain and corn dance of Zuni Indians of North America Southwest. Read more: INVOLUNTARY INITIATION INTO… Read More
Greek tragedy and comedy masks Greek pottery
Japanese Theatre Masks 17th century. XVIIe Siècle – Art Japonais. Masques. Mask of a dying woman. Mask of a blind and a lame with a strong painful expression.Masque de femme mourante.… Read More
Antique Greek theatrical masks. Antiqués. Art Gréco. Masques Tragiques, Sculptés.
Masks. Design and drawings of Offterdinger. Styl, table 5, February 1922. Gallery: STYL – 1920s German Art Déco Fashion Magazine by Ludwig Sternaux. Published in Berlin by Erich Reiss &… Read More
A hallmark of the tragic and grotesque theater in ancient Rome were the colorful and expressive masks (caricature). They accompanied the Roman theater play as a heroic choir, using songs, lively gestures, songs and movements.