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Tamamonomae

Tamamonomae

Noh masks of Japanese theater.

Noh masks of Japanese theater.

Noh mask artist, Koichi TAKATSU 能面师髙津紘一(1941-2011)Japan                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Noh mask artist, Koichi TAKATSU 能面师髙津紘一(1941-2011)Japan Más

Japanese masks II by sahua d

Japanese masks II by sahua d

Noh masks (能面 nō-men or 面 omote) all have names. They are carved from blocks of Japanese cypress (檜 "hinoki"), and painted with natural pigments on a neutral base of glue and crunched seashell.

Noh masks (能面 nō-men or 面 omote) all have names. They are carved from blocks of Japanese cypress (檜 "hinoki"), and painted with natural pigments on a neutral base of glue and crunched seashell.

NOH | noh plays but maybe it is because men were only samurai and the noh ...

NOH | noh plays but maybe it is because men were only samurai and the noh ...

I like this because there are multiple masks and each are very different my favorite is the middle one in the bottom.

I like this because there are multiple masks and each are very different my favorite is the middle one in the bottom.

Noh mask, Sarutobide (a sprite with a monkey-like face), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za. Tokyo National Museum.

Noh mask, Sarutobide (a sprite with a monkey-like face), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za. Tokyo National Museum.

Noh mask, Ishiōjō (an old sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

Noh mask, Ishiōjō (an old sprite), one of 47 Noh masks formerly owned by Konparu Sōke (the leading family of the Konparu school), Wood, colored Muromachi-Meiji period/15-19th century Originally owned by Konparu-za Tokyo National Museum.

NOH | Noh Masks | Doves in Kakegawa

Noh Masks

NOH | Noh Masks | Doves in Kakegawa

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