Noh mask - Solid wood and lacquer - Kyogen men Ebisu 狂言面恵比寿 (Kyogen mask of Ebisu) - By Inoue Masakatsu 井上正勝 - Japan - Heisei 4 (1992)
This is a well-carved mask, carving the God in Japanese mythology, Ebisu. This God implies auspiciousness and richness. The mask carving art is vivid, full of smiles, very pleasant to the eyes, with the author's signature on the back and the writing of the age. It is well preserved! Please refer to the original picture!
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- Masque de Nô
- Sculpté à la main
- Bois massif et laque
- Heisei 4 (1992)
- Région/Pays d’origine
- Inoue Masakatsu
- Titre de l’œuvre d’art
- Kyogen men Ebisu 狂言面恵比寿 (Kyogen mask of Ebisu) - By Inoue Masakatsu 井上正勝
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- 22×18.7×2 cm