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Mask Inscribed by Myochin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date: dated 1713 Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron

Myochin Muneakira (Edo Period, 1673–1745) - Menpo (Face Armour), Mask. Dated 1745. Lacquered Iron. The Armorer's Masterpiece, this Mask by Muneakira was already Famous when it was Reproduced in a Woodcut Book Illustration in 1763. The Mask Represents Jikokuten, Guardian of the East––one of the Four Kings of Heaven. The Mask retains its Original Silk Head Covering sewn to the upper edges. Side View. Signed on Chin. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Mask Inscribed by Myōchin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Lacquered iron

Mask Inscribed by Myōchin Muneakira (Japanese, Edo period, 1673–1745) Date:dated 1745Culture:JapaneseMedium:Lacquered iron, silkDimensions:Length, 9 1/2 in. (24.13 cm) Width, 7 in. (17.78 cm)Classification:Armor PartsCredit Line:Rogers Fund, 1919Accession Number:19.115.2

Mask Date: 1st century BCE–7th century CE Geography: Peru Culture: Moche Medium: Copper, gilt

Mask Date: possibly 15th century Culture: Japanese Medium: Lacquered iron, hair, silk

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

We either makes oursellvesmiserable or we make ourselves strong.The amount of work is the same. Japanese NOH mask. traditional theatre arts

Japanese Mask by Mahalarp Teeradechyothin Teeradechyothin Teeradechyothin, via Flickr

Wakayama mask-maker Hakuzan Kubo created two original noh masks for The Gull: The Steveston Noh Project. While here, he gave workshops on the art of noh maskmaking, and partnered with the Richmond Museum to create a Noh Mask Exhibit.