|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Period||Edo Period (uncertain) | Meiji Period (uncertain)|
|Date Made||18th Century - 1897|
|Materials||Lacquer | Wood (uncertain)|
|Iconography||Binga | Ikkaku Sennin|
Mask. Possibly Ikkaku Sennin (一角仙人) due to the single horn. Originally catalogued as Binga. Blue lacquer, tusks (1 missing), snub nose, fiery eyebrows, horn in center of forehead. Used in bugaku dance. There is a kakihan/kao (書き判/花押) signature on the back of the mask.
|Credit Line||Purchased from G. T. Marsh and Co; subscription of Mrs. Phebe A. Hearst, 1897|
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