Green Masks(107 items)
Welcome to the Green Mask Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Green Masks
Im not an expert on African art, so when I would see masks for hundreds of dollars in a shop I would not know what I was paying for. But this mask is just as beautiful and it supports living artists at a price I can afford. I am so happy I got this mask, and as soon as Im out of lockdown I look forward to showing it to my friends!!
Modern and unique abstract design
Modern and unique abstract design, that adds to my tribal arts collection, and goes with all my modern abstract art as well. As pictured here, the colors are really beautiful and well designed with lots of texture. Finely crafted!
It is rare to find Egyptian female masks. It is smaller than most male masks but is perfect for its size. Would like to see more Egyptian females, animal gods etc.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular Green Masks
Hand Made Ceramic Green Bird Mask, "Jade Olmec Lord"
Eufrosia Pantaleon is inspired by the legendary Olmec heads in the design of this mask. Believed to represent governors, the original gigantic heads are carved from stone. Pantaleon reinterprets these archeological treasures with this ceramic mask. She paints the blue, green, red, orange, pink and beige mask with extraordinary detail in celebration of Mexico's flora and fauna.
Inca Bronze and Copper Mask, "Inca Warrior"
A mask of expressive features, its adornments recall the glory of the Inca Empire. Angel Franco crafts the Inca soldier mask by hand with copper and bronze featuring feathers on the head, and Inti, the Sun God, on the forehead and chin. Smaller Andean masks surround the face in a design adapted from original representations.
Maya Archaeology Museum Replica Maya Jade Mask, "Maya Lord of El Naranjo"
His expression is one of wisdom and perhaps sorrow. By Ruben and Gilda Perez, this elegant sculpture is a replica of a mask discovered in El Naranjo, Guatemala. The artisans work in jade and stucco in a painstaking labor that takes some seven days to complete. The museum replica arrives with a brass and pinewood display stand, and can also be displayed on the wall.
Life and Death Pre-Hispanic Mask Ceramic Replica, "Aztec Duality"$54.99
Artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association are inspired by the concept of duality in Aztec spirituality and art for the design of this mask. "Existential duality between life and death is at the root of all conflict within oneself, and in relationship with others. We are born with both impulses, that of living and evolving, and that of dying," explain the Mexican artisans. Experts in pre-Hispanic art, the artisans craft a ceramic mask in which the green side of the face symbolizes life, and the other represents a skull. An ornate headdress with serpents, an eagle and two suns underscore the divine theme of this mask.