Berlin Mask with Hand Marble, AD The marble mask with wide open mouth, holes for the eyes and exaggerated features is the copy of a real theatre mask. The hand and the garments folds on the side show that the mask was held by an actor, a poet or a muse.
Satyr Mask / Gypsum / After a Roman Original Roman, Late Century AD. Gypsum, painted by Paul Kiessling, after a Roman original from Pompeii (now in Dresden). (Reconstruction based on remnants of paint found on the original).