JAPANESE EMBROIDERED GREEN SILK THEATER KIMONO. Worked with gold thread to depict crane decoration. - 74 in. high.

Japan, embroidered green kimono, noh costume or uchikake kimono, worked with gold thread to depict flying crane

Japanese Kagura theater   Kabuki - traditional Japanese opera, more similar to the Chinese then Europen opera

Japanese Kagura theater Kabuki - traditional Japanese opera, more similar to the Chinese then Europen opera

Triadisches Ballett                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

Costume from Oskar Schlemmer’s 1922 Bauhaus influenced “Das Triadisches Ballett”.

Japanese traditional Noh theater 能 Al Musical Theater style dating back to the 13th century. Performers wear stylized masks, and men play all the parts.

JAPAN Japanese traditional Noh theater 能 Al Musical Theater style dating back to the century. Performers wear stylized masks, and men play all the parts.

Japanese Noh theater contained ghost tales connected to Buddhist lore for warrior class, the samurai.

Japanese Noh theater contained ghost tales connected to Buddhist lore for warrior class, the samurai.

Here is a rarity. Balinese traditional dance masks assuming the form of a Native American transformation mask. What you first see is a Barong demon who opens up revealing the spirit of Dalem. This is the work of a professional Balinese carver who was experimenting with something different back in the late 20th century when they were first hired to reproduce NWC masks for export to the US and Canada. Note the careful antiquing. Balinese professional carver.

Here is a rarity. Balinese traditional dance masks assuming the form of a Native American transformation mask. What you first see is a Barong demon who opens up revealing the spirit of Dalem.

! Contemporary artists, Hiroshi Sugimoto is playing a Bunraku "Sonezaki Shinju" New life dwells in classic Kanagawa Arts Theatre |. Dacapo (D. ..

現代美術作家、杉本博司が文楽『曽根崎心中』を再生! 神奈川芸術劇場で古典に新しい命が宿る。

Contemporary artists, Hiroshi Sugimoto is playing a Bunraku "Sonezaki Shinju" New life dwells in classic Kanagawa Arts Theatre

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Noh mask artist, Koichi TAKATSU 能面师髙津紘一(1941-2011)Japan

Concept Modeling For Easy Clay Sculptures: – Picture : – Description Japanese Mask Japan -Read More –

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