Mexican Mask with Dark Hair and Beard M898

This particular mask has a huge amount of personality and quite a range of moods, as the pictures attend. A really first-rate example of this deeply Mexican art and practice. 9" x 6" x 3".  12" high on its metal stand Price on request. Mexican mask-folk art refers to the making and use of masks for various traditional ...

Mexican Mask “Dance of the Moors” M896

A character from the traditional Dance of the Moors and Christians. This rather old mask hails from Chiapas, Mexico or perhaps Guatemala. Here we have one of the Moors, the villains of course, with his beardy face and terrifyingly bushy eyebrows belying his rather pleasantly regular features. Wonderful high coloring to suggest a high degree of ...

Mexican Devil Mask M897

We don't measure the beard. Out of respect. Mask is 6" wide x 11" high x 4" dee, and 16" tall on its metal stand. Price on request Masks depicting devils and other fantastic creatures Apart from masks depicting humans and animals, other masks deal with the fantastic, abstract and supernatural. In the Nahua community of Zitlala, Guerrero, the mask ...

Mexican Child’s Mask M900

5" x 5" x 4" Masks depicting Afro-Mexicans A number of dances in several parts of Mexico include or feature masks imitating African or black faces. These have their origins with the importation of African slaves by the Spanish. These slaves had contact with the indigenous peoples, often as intermediaries between them and the Spanish overlords. This experience was ...