Cakil lower jaw mask from Java

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Africa | Mask from the Chokwe people of DR Congo, Angola or Zambia | Wood, raffia, cloth, metal, rope | ca. early 20th century

ARTENEGRO Gallery with African Tribal Art

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Mask : Yaseonna, Noh, Japan

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Papua New Guinea mask

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Mask, D. R. Congo, Pende

Zemanek-Münster 5973-001

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Noh-mask 童子 | Kunio Kawato #japan

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Mask from the Kran people of Liberia | Wood, metal . Africa .

ENCHERES RIVE GAUCHE - Masque Kran, - Libéria

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Haida Portrait Mask, British Columbia, Canada

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Baule Mask, Ivory Coast

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Japanese Noh mask 能面

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Louise Bourgeois.

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Nigeria

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Japanese theater mask

Yoshino Antiques

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Bella Coola Komokwa Mask, Kwaguilth, Native American

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Chrottni Mask. Flums, St. Gallen Canton, Switzerland. Made by Peter Cavelti c1975.

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Viejo Mask, Carpinteros, Veracruz; artist Ciriaco Gonzalezis; has vision slits above and below eyes

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23-11-11 Swiss carnival masks in Museum Rietberg, Zurich

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Balinese Masks - Mask of Sita from Bali

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Lord Balarama mask, Orissa, India, Hindu

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Iroquois Mask

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Ritual mask of the Onna type 宗教行事面 女 Japanese, Edo period, 19th century, Japanese cypress, MFA

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Raven/Eagle Mask: NW Coast

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masque Sokomutu des hembas du Congo

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Ecuadorian Clown Mask

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(via Executioner’s mask, Europe, 1501-1700) An executioner is said to have worn this mask before delivering the final blow, with either an axe or sword. It cuts a gruesome figure and is deliberately macabre and menacing to further terrify the prisoner. Executioners often wore masks to hide their identity and avoid any retribution. They were often booed and jeered, especially if the person to be executed was a popular or sympathetic figure.

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