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Netsuke máscara MAGOJIRO por HODO

Netsuke máscara MAGOJIRO por HODO

Noh mask of Doji 童子 by Ichiyu TERAI, Japan

Noh mask of Doji 童子 by Ichiyu TERAI, Japan

Sinso Seichun - Wakaona, masque de théâtre Nô polychromé, époque Meiji, 21,8 x 13,5 cm.

Sinso Seichun - Wakaona, masque de théâtre Nô polychromé, époque Meiji, 21,8 x 13,5 cm.

Masque de Nô du type Mambi, bois laqué, hauteur: 21 cm, époque Edo

Masque de Nô du type Mambi, bois laqué, hauteur: 21 cm, époque Edo

Netsuke of Noh Mask: Usume with Wart | Japan | The Met

Netsuke of Noh Mask: Usume with Wart | Japan | The Met

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心を打撃する「能面師」の仕事、凄すぎるだろこれ

Tôshûsai SharakuActor Matsumoto Kôshirô IV as Gorôbei, the Fishmonger from San'ya from the Play "Katakiuchi Noriai-Banashi" (Kiri-za)

Tôshûsai SharakuActor Matsumoto Kôshirô IV as Gorôbei, the Fishmonger from San'ya from the Play "Katakiuchi Noriai-Banashi" (Kiri-za)

Ryoshu (born in 1912) - Netsuke represents a doll of Daruma (founder of Zen Buddhism) enveloped in monastic robe, and his eyes can pop in and out.

Ryoshu (born in 1912) - Netsuke represents a doll of Daruma (founder of Zen Buddhism) enveloped in monastic robe, and his eyes can pop in and out.

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