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“Catrine” Mask, Huejotzingo, Mexico, Oil, wood, cloth, glass eyes, circa 1925

“Catrine” Mask, Huejotzingo, Mexico, Oil, wood, cloth, glass eyes, circa 1925

Mexican Masks - Old Hermitano mask, Michoacan, Mexico

Mexican Masks - Old Hermitano mask, Michoacan, Mexico

Superb Vintage Mexican Paragueros Mask - Tlaxcala - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful - for more on Mexico visit www.mainlymexican.com #Mexico #Mexican #mask

Superb Vintage Mexican Paragueros Mask - Tlaxcala

Superb Vintage Mexican Paragueros Mask - Tlaxcala - for more on Mexico visit…

Rare Danced Mexican Dance Mask from 1960 Day of the Dead Celebration. $225.00, via Etsy.

Reserved for nynike ....Rare Danced Mexican Dance Mask from 1960 Day of the Dead Celebration

Reserved for nynike .Rare Danced Mexican Dance Mask from 1960 Day of the Dead Celebration

Danza de los Diablos - Dance of the Devils - Mexico

Danza de los Diablos - Dance of the Devils - Mexico

Man's mask from Guerrero Very old, beautifully carved and delicately painted. The back is nice also, heavily worn and comfortable. The facial expression is angelic and serene. It's difficult to tell if the mask represents a man or a woman - although it is likely a catrín, a dandy. I can't say much else about this piece except that it's one of the favorites of my collection. Age: over 60 years old.

Man's mask from Guerrero Very old, beautifully carved and delicately painted…

A collection of masks

Traditional Mexican masks - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful

Mexican Masks - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful - for more on Mexico visit www.mainlymexican.com #Mexico #Mexican #mask

Mexican Masks - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful.

carved wooden/lacquer mask, Tlaxcala, Mexico c.1960 - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful - for more on Mexico visit www.mainlymexican.com #Mexico #Mexican #mask

carved wooden/lacquer mask, Tlaxcala, Mexico c.1960 - in the USA it is hard to imagine the current use of these dance masks but the dances are real & meaningful - for more on Mexico visit www.mainlymexican.com #Mexico #Mexican #mask

Man With Glasses Mask Mexico    This humorous wooden mask comes from the Nahua community of Zontecomatlan, Veracruz, Mexico. Part of the Ruth Lechuga collection which was displayed at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC

Man With Glasses Mask Mexico This humorous wooden mask comes from the Nahua community of Zontecomatlan, Veracruz, Mexico. Part of the Ruth Lechuga collection which was displayed at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC

Anthony Santella - Teaneck, NJ artist

Teaneck, NJ artist Anthony Santella

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