Q: This is another one of the exciting masks Kathleen discovered in the storage unit contents she won at auction early this year. As you can see, her three photos of the pig are quite good. Otherwise, the only thing she could tell me was that the pig’s ears were real. 1059
A: Look at the front, side and rear views of the mask. You can see that it has been used a lot and repainted. Good photography can be so helpful.
The Quechua-speaking Indians in the Andes Mountains running through Ecuador have been practicing masquerade for centuries. Their masks are carved out of heavy hardwood and the eye holes are large and perfectly round. A