Devils

Mask Shop Retablo (Extra Large)
SKU: PRTB-65-3

Claudio Jimenez Quispe (Peru), 2016/2017
Painted plaster sculpture in painted wood box
(18" h. x 11" w. x 4" d.)
This piece requires custom shipping due to size and fragility.  We will provide estimates on request.

$1800
Diabolo Bossou Antique Vodou Banner
SKU: VYF-9

Sequins and beads on fabric (38" x 34"), c.1980

Published in the article, "I Am Going to See Where My Oungan Is": The Artistry of a Haitian Vodou Flagmaker, by Anna Wexler, published in the collection Sacred Possessions (Rutgers University Press, 1997).

$ 1,800
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SKU: JOP-02

Sequins and beads on fabric (40 x 28), c.1990

This vintage flag by the late, beloved flag artist, Oldof, has been donated by the current owner for the benefit of Haitian Relief! THANK YOU!

$ 1,200
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Diable Tibokaw Vodou Flag
SKU: YT-1601

Sequins and beads on fabric (40" x 33"), 2008
This flag is being sold by Judy Hoffman for the benefit of the Art Creation Foundation for Children, which she founded in Jacmel, Haiti.

$975
"Nacimiento de los Diablos" (Devils' Nativity) Retablo
SKU: PRTB122

Claudio Jimenez Quispe (Peru), 2017
Painted plaster sculpture in painted wood box
(9 3/4" h. x 11 3/4" w. x 3" d.)

$750
Juicio Final (The Final Judgement) Retablo
SKU: PRTB-8-4

Claudio Jimenez Quispé (Peru), 2016/2017
Painted plaster sculpture w/ wood, other materials in painted wood box.
(13 1/2" h. x 8" w. x 3" d.)

$700
Diablo con Serpientes Mask from Mexico
SKU: MXM-135

Diablo mask with three snakes, dance and state undetermined - Mexico,
early 20th century
wood, oil paint, ribbon
(14” w. x 9.5” d. x 22”h.).
Ex. Brand collection.

$650
SKU: MD1301

Sequins and beads on fabric
(16 3/4" x 21 1/2"), c.2013

This flag is extremely densely beaded and sequinned (and thus extremely heavy), in the manner of the artists Constant and Simeon.

$ 450
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José Garcia Montebravo
SKU: JGM-93

Linocut on paper
(14" x 20"), #P/A, 2006

$450
Diablo Mask with Reptiles
SKU: MXM-118

Guerrero, Mexico, 20th century.
Carved wood w/ oil paint, animal horn, misc. materials.
21” w. x 21" h. x 12” d.
From a private collection.

$395
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Diablo (Blue Devil) Mask (#mxm113)
SKU: mxm113

Manuel Abeiro Horta Ramos
Tocuaro, Michoacan, Mexico,
c.2014
wood, oil enamel
(8" w. x 7 1/2" d. x 9 1/2" h.)

$385
Diablo Mask (#gtm007)
SKU: gtm007

20th cent.
Wood painted with oil paints, leather, rubber snake
9 1/4" w. x 5 1/4" d. x 10 1/2" h.)

$350
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Diablo Mask (#mxm107)
SKU: mxm-107

Guerrero, Mexico,
mid-20th century
wood, oil paint
(9" w. x 4 1/2" d. x 10 1/4" h.)

$325
Maxon Scylla (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
SKU: MS/D1403

Sequins and beads on fabric
(24" x 20") c.2013

$ 325
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Diablo Mask
SKU: MXM-076

Pastorela dance - Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico,
c. 1990
lacquer, wood, animal teeth, cow horns
(15" w. x 6 1/4" d. x 11 1/2" h.)

 

$320
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Diablo "Satanas" Mask
SKU: MXM0-077

Pastorela dance - Uruapan, Michoacan, Mexico,
c. 1990
lacquer, wood, animal teeth, cow horns
(13" w. x 6 1/4" d. x 11" h.)

$320
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José Garcia Montebravo
SKU: JGM-74

Ink on paper
(8 1/2" x 11 3/4"), 2006

$300
Bolivian Devil mask
SKU: blm05

Dance of Diablada
Bolivia, late-20th cent.
Unpainted tin from recycled alcohol cans
22" w. x 14 1/2" d. x 23" h.)

The devil, also known as "Tio", resides in the depth of the horrible mines. The conquistadores inscripted the Indian men as laborers in the mines for silver, then tin, where millions perished. This was reinterpreted by the new Catholic Indians as the infernos of hell. Archangel Michael the rescuer fighting the devil and his temptress China Supay is the centerpiece of the annual dance festival known as the Diablada.

$275
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José Garcia Montebravo
SKU: JGM0802

Ink, acrylic, colored pencil & mixed media on paper
(8 1/4 " x 10 1/4"), 2007

$250
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SKU: hmsk-27

Guerrier O. (Jacmel, Haiti)
Papier Maché
(19" h. x 17 1/2" w. x 9" d.) c.2009

Exhibited at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville, New Jersey (July to December, 2016) for exhibit:  Shades of Past, Colors of Present:  Preserving Caribbean Cultural Heritage in New Jersey.

$225