, 1950s, Alaska, USA, Feather, Mask, Seal, Animal, Wood, Wool, Yupik Inuit (Eskimo)

Yup'ik Inuit mask, representing a seal, c.

DANCE MASK Yup’ik Eskimo Lower Yukon River, Alaska early 20th century wood, feathers, pigments, vegetal fibers width: 24 1/2” Donald Ellis Gallery

Dance mask, Lower Yukin River, ca.

Costa Rica tribal mask. love this. Might do this for my mask project.

Rainforest Masks of Costa Rica

Eskimo Ivory Mask, 1940

Eskimo Ivory Mask, 1940

Haida Bird Mask from the 19th–20th century. Wood (cedar), paint, feathers, copper, whalebone, string, iron nails. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC

Bird Mask from century, British Columbia. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC Haida culture, British Columbia)

Object Number: NA10348  Culture: Eskimo  Provenience: Alaska  Hooper Bay  Culture Area: Subarctic (Culture Area)  Section: American  Materials: Wood  Feathers  Credit Line: Collected by William Blair Van Valin, Wanamaker Expedition to the Arctic: Nunivak Island / Hooper Bay

Yupik Mask from the penn museum

Walrus Mask - This Inuit walrus mask from Nunivak Island from the Hood's permanent collections is part of a new exhibition that opens Jan. 27. (Photo courtesy Hood Museum of Art)

Walrus Mask - This Inuit walrus mask from Nunivak Island from the Hood's permanent collections is part of a new exhibition that opens Jan. (Photo courtesy Hood Museum of Art)

jean-de-gastines-scenographie

jean-de-gastines-scenographie

National Museum of the American Indian, Lower Manhattan NYC. This does scare me however the way they suspended materials is interesting and also the natural substance used work well together .

Africa | Goat mask ~ 'Je' ~ from the Guro or Baule people of the Ivory Coast | Wood, feathers, cotton and sacrificial materials | ca. 19th - 20th century

Goat Mask, Africa century Côte d'Ivoire, central Culture: Guro or Baule. (it is very reminiscent of the Egyptian God Innubis, very curious).

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