Masque heaume pueblo non déterminé Jemez, Nouveau Mexique Cuir, pigments, plumes dont perroquet, fibres végétales, abalone, tissu de commerce. Hauteur: 31 cm Période de confection proposée: circa 1890-1900… - Eve - 27/06/2014
Yup'ik Bear mask, Artist Unknown, Mask, 19th century, Wood (probably spruce), pigments, string11 3/16 x 11 1/2 x 3 1/8 in My comment: They say this is a bear-to me it looks like a monkey. You be the judge.
Yup''ik Eskimo people Title: Mask with seal or sea otter spirit. We don't have this piece-this is at the Dallas Art Museum, I think. We just LOVE spirit masks and have been on the hunt for an affordable rip-off of one for years. They tend to be thousands of dollars. Maybe a very talented woodworker could create one??
MASKS OF VIETNAM | Iban Dayak mask, late 19th /earley 20th century.
Africa | Mask from the Lega people of DR Congo | Wood, encrusted patina | ca. early 20th century
Dance Mask, early 20th century. Yup'ik. United States, Alaska. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 (1979.206.1120) #dance
DANCE MASK Yup’ik Eskimo Lower Yukon River, Alaska early 20th century wood, feathers, pigments, vegetal fibers width: 24 1/2” Donald Ellis Gallery