This unique early 20th century carnival mask represents the character of 'El Feo', the ugly and ignorant ceremonial jester who provides comic relief and entertainment for the audience. In addition to their theatrics, the Feos, also called 'Chiles', petition the Gods for rain if it hasn't fallen by May.
Carved and polychrome painted wood with pursed and upturned lips, a horizontal gaze and scattered pock marks throughout. Hidalgo. Circa 1930's.
Dimensions: approximately 9.5 inches x 6.5 inches.
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