List of 20+ phantom of the opera tattoo ideas.
Table of Contents
1 Phantom of the opera tattoo ideas on idea4tattoo.com
- Author: idea4tattoo.com
- Published: 07/03/2022
- Review: 4.84 (970 vote)
- Summary: 4 phantom of the opera tattoo photo ideas 2022. Big collection of tattoo ideas from whole world
- Source: https://idea4tattoo.com/tag/phantom%2Bof%2Bthe%2Bopera/
2 The Phantom Of The Opera on Twitter: “Past the point of no return
- Author: twitter.com
- Published: 08/03/2021
- Review: 4.75 (555 vote)
- Summary: · Past the point of no return… These phans’ tattoos have our mark of approval @woostersocial! … @WoosterSocial so cool ! … Thanks for the shout!
- Source: https://twitter.com/phantomopera/status/553569515259588608%3Flang%3Den
3 56 of the Best Matching Couple Tattoos – Round the World Magazine
- Author: roundtheworldmagazine.com
- Published: 12/26/2021
- Review: 4.48 (368 vote)
- Summary: · Please respect the work of our featured artists. Refrain from copying the designs and always ask the artist for permission to share or feature
- Source: https://www.roundtheworldmagazine.com/matching-couple-tattoos/
4 Find Tattoo Ideas Your Next Tattoos – TrueArtists
- Author: trueartists.com
- Published: 01/04/2022
- Review: 4.24 (549 vote)
- Summary: Browse popular, unique, and cool tattoo designs from TrueArtists. … Foot female, foot, music, phantom of the opera, opera mask, black n grey, realis
- Source: https://trueartists.com/tattoos%3Fpage%3D88
5 60 Drama Mask Tattoo Designs For Men – Theatre Ink Ideas
- Author: nextluxury.com
- Published: 09/19/2021
- Review: 4.09 (490 vote)
- Summary: Interlocking or apart, comedy & tragedy can be found in many exquisite tattoo designs, ranging in small to suitably theatrical scales
- Source: https://nextluxury.com/mens-style-and-fashion/drama-mask-tattoo-designs-for-men/
6 50 Unique Tattoo Ideas That Are Actually Good – BuzzFeed
- Author: buzzfeed.com
- Published: 10/22/2021
- Review: 3.96 (242 vote)
- Summary: · “I’ve been in love with The Phantom of the Opera since I was eight, and I’ve seen it live in New York four times
- Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/morgansloss1/tattoo-ideas-that-you-will-actually-like
7 Phantom of the Opera | Pop Culture Costume Ideas From Celebrities
- Author: popsugar.com
- Published: 03/04/2022
- Review: 3.69 (414 vote)
- Summary: · Ryan Seacrest went as the phantom of the opera for Halloween 2013. … 20 Skull and Skeleton Tattoo Designs to Consider
- Source: https://www.popsugar.com/entertainment/photo-gallery/19764918/image/32290358/Phantom-Opera%3Ffullsite%3D1
8 Phantom of The Opera Mask Chest Piece – Tattoo Ideas
- Author: tattoo-ideas.com
- Published: 07/30/2021
- Review: 3.57 (501 vote)
- Summary: · Phantom Mask Chest Tattoo. MrInk. by MrInk. Phantom mask by A.D. Pancho. A.D. Pancho, chest, mask, opera, phantom. Related Tattoos
- Source: https://tattoo-ideas.com/phantom/
9 Opera – Semi-Permanent Tattoos – Inkbox
- Author: inkbox.com
- Published: 11/07/2021
- Review: 3.22 (577 vote)
- Summary: In stock
- Source: https://inkbox.com/products/opera
10 The Force is Strong With These 13 Star Wars Tattoo Designs
- Author: readinsideout.com
- Published: 01/31/2022
- Review: 3.14 (458 vote)
- Summary: · … permanent ways fans pay tribute to the ultimate space opera: through tattoos. Here are 13 of our favourite Star Wars tattoo designs
- Source: https://readinsideout.com/inspiration/photo-galleries/star-wars-tattoo-designs-ideas/
11 Discover phantom of the opera tattoo ‘s popular videos – TikTok
- Author: tiktok.com
- Published: 05/11/2022
- Review: 2.95 (130 vote)
- Summary: Discover short videos related to phantom of the opera tattoo on TikTok. Watch popular content from the following creators: Lucy Haran(@lucyharan385),
- Source: https://www.tiktok.com/discover/phantom-of-the-opera-tattoo%3Flang%3Den
12 Phantom of the opera tattoo | Explore Tumblr Posts and Blogs – Tumgir
- Author: tumgir.com
- Published: 04/27/2022
- Review: 2.71 (170 vote)
- Summary: Explore Tumblr Posts and Blogs tagged as #phantom of the opera tattoo with no restrictions, modern design and the best experience | Tumgir
- Source: https://www.tumgir.com/tag/phantom%2520of%2520the%2520opera%2520tattoo
13 The phantom of the opera tattoo
- Author: ratemyink.com
- Published: 09/13/2021
- Review: 2.61 (173 vote)
- Summary: · the phantom of the opera tattoo I am a huge fan of the phantom of the opera book, musical, and silent film. I have always felt a closeness
- Source: http://www.ratemyink.com/%3Faction%3Dssp%26pid%3D104466
14 Fine Line Tattoos – The Honorable Society
- Author: thehonorablesociety.com
- Published: 03/12/2022
- Review: 2.59 (66 vote)
- Summary: Fine Line tattoos, require skill, mastery of a steady line and a delicate touch. Knowing that not all lines are created equally, browse just a few of the
- Source: https://thehonorablesociety.com/fine-line/
15 Movie Horror : Phantom of the Opera – Unify Tattoo Company :
- Author: unifytattoofl.com
- Published: 10/23/2021
- Review: 2.4 (155 vote)
- Summary: We will review your request and respond to you asap. Please note that sometimes the desired artist will not be the best artist for your tattoo idea. At Unify
- Source: http://www.unifytattoofl.com/tattoos/Movie_Horror_Tattoos/tattoos_22693.html
16 ‘#phantom’ in Tattoos • Search in +1.3M Tattoos Now • Tattoodo
- Author: tattoodo.com
- Published: 08/17/2021
- Review: 2.32 (64 vote)
- Summary: Tattoo results matching ‘#phantom’. Search the world’s largest collection of high quality tattoos
- Source: https://www.tattoodo.com/tattoos%3Fq%3D%2523phantom
17 13 Gorgeous Mask Tattoo Ideas – Find Tattoo Design
- Author: findtattoodesign.net
- Published: 05/13/2022
- Review: 2.22 (170 vote)
- Summary: Modern mask tattoo ideas include gas masks or protective gear, the theatre masks, common pop culture masks from films (Halloween, Phantom of the Opera,
- Source: https://findtattoodesign.net/ideas/masks
18 60 Best Cool Tattoo Ideas and Designs for Ink Enthusiasts in 2022
- Author: pacho-tattoo.com
- Published: 08/01/2021
- Review: 2.2 (192 vote)
- Summary: It’s got serious urban Inception vibes. 2. The Skull Behind the Mask. cool-tattoo-02. This theatrical calf tattoo is one part Phantom of the Opera and one
- Source: https://www.pacho-tattoo.com/best-cool-tattoos-ideas-designs/
19 Phantom of the opera tattoo designs – winslow-homer-ocean-paintings
- Author: winslow-homer-ocean-paintings.blogspot.com
- Published: 05/27/2022
- Review: 2.03 (120 vote)
- Summary: Celebrity Gossips today from the most popular industry Bollywood and Hollywood. 22 Phantom Of The Opera Tattoo Ideas Phantom Of The Opera Phantom Opera
- Source: https://winslow-homer-ocean-paintings.blogspot.com/2022/03/phantom-of-opera-tattoo-designs.html
20 Tattoo phantom opera by xalice-in-gothlandx on DeviantArt
- Author: deviantart.com
- Published: 05/28/2022
- Review: 2.08 (114 vote)
- Summary: · this is my phantom of the opera tattoo…beautiful..i love it.. Image details. Image size. 480x640px 105.87 KB. Make. CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD
- Source: https://www.deviantart.com/xalice-in-gothlandx/art/tattoo-phantom-opera-111262494
21 12 fabulous tattoos for the stagey rebel in you | WhatsOnStage
- Author: whatsonstage.com
- Published: 04/07/2022
- Review: 1.95 (148 vote)
- Summary: · I’m desperate for a tattoo (even though my mother would kill me if … Tweet us your favourite stagey tattoos! … The Phantom of the Opera
- Source: https://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/news/stagey-tattoos-musical-theatre-wicked_35150.html
22 The Phantom Of The Opera – Tattoo Ideas, Artists and Models
- Author: inkedmag.com
- Published: 09/16/2021
- Review: 1.85 (93 vote)
- Summary: Tattoo Ideas, Artists and Models home · Culture · YouTube · Merch · Magazine · Cover Girl Competition · Inked NYC · Subscribe · Inked Shop
- Source: https://www.inkedmag.com/tag/the-phantom-of-the-opera
23 For A Phantom Of The Opera Tattoo Quotes – QuotesGram
- Author: quotesgram.com
- Published: 09/09/2021
- Review: 1.6 (115 vote)
- Summary: Discover and share For A Phantom Of The Opera Tattoo Quotes. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love
- Source: https://quotesgram.com/for-a-phantom-of-the-opera-tattoo-quotes/
Why is My Tattoo Burning? Understanding the Causes and Remedies
Discover the causes and remedies for tattoo burning in our latest article. Learn how to keep your tattoo healthy and pain-free. Why is my tattoo burning? Find out now.
How Old Do You Have to Be to Get a Tattoo in Illinois?
Learn about the legal age requirements for getting a tattoo in Illinois. Discover the age restrictions for different types of tattoos & how parental consent works.
Norse Tree of Life Tattoo: A Symbol of Life, Death, and Rebirth
Discover the beauty and significance of a Norse tree of life tattoo. Explore the symbolism, designs, placement, aftercare, and FAQs in our comprehensive guide.
How to Take Care of a Fresh Tattoo: A Comprehensive Guide
Learn how to take care of a fresh tattoo like a pro with our comprehensive guide. From aftercare to long-term maintenance, we’ve got you covered.
1205RM Tattoo Needle: The Ultimate Guide to its Uses and Benefits
Discover the benefits of using the 1205RM tattoo needle! Learn about its uses, features, and tips for a smooth and accurate tattooing experience.
Nick Cannon Covers Up Tattoo: Everything You Need to Know
Discover the details of Nick Cannon’s tattoo cover-up and everything you need to know about tattoo cover-ups in general. Learn more now!
Phantom Mask Chest Tattoo
Phantom mask by A.D. Pancho .
The Phantom's mask
- Edit source
- View history
The Phantom wearing the black mask in the original novel
With the exception of the Dario Argento/Julian Sands version, every version of the Phantom is seen wearing a mask, an image fixed into the minds of the world since its publication in 1911, though most tend to instantly think of the white half-mask from Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical.
- 1 In the Original Novel
- 2 The Mask in other versions of the story
- 3 1925 Lon Chaney silent film
- 4 1943 Claude Rains remake
- 5 Hammer Horror Herbet Lom version
- 6 Phantom of the Paradise
- 7 1986 Maximillian Schell TV movie
- 8 Robert Englund 1989 version
- 9 1990 Charles Dance miniseries
- 10 The Lloyd Webber Musical
In the Original Novel [ ]
In the Leroux book, Erik mentions having worn a mask even as a child, because his mother couldn't bear to look at his skull-like face. Erik wears a black mask that hides his entire face, and the original cover of the novel depicts Erik wearing a simple black domino mask that hides 3/4 of his face. He also wears a false nose when attending the Opera's productions, A similar black mask appears as one of many masks Erik wears in the Charles Dance version, specifically when Erik is in a malevolent mood, such as when he dumps a crate full of rats into Carlotta's dressing room. Susan Kay's Phantom has the same deformity, although has Erik wearing a white mask instead of a black one. Erik also mentions at the end of the book that he had invented a mask that made him look like he wasn't deformed.
The Mask in other versions of the story [ ]
1925 lon chaney silent film [ ].
In Lon Chaney's 1925 silent classic , Erik wears a unique mask, one that resembles a normal face with a dust muffler u nder the nose. He also wears a cap with this mask, making him resemble a regular Middle Eastern man when masked. However, Erik is hardly seen with his mask on, mostly keeping his deformed face in view of the audience.
1943 Claude Rains remake [ ]
in Universal's 1943 remake starring Claude Rains, Erique Claudin wears a bluish-white mask that covers 3/4 of his face, stolen from the Opera House's costume closet after his face was disfigured by acid. The mask also serves as a disguise when the Phantom sneaks about on-stage
Erique's mask in the 1943 remake.
during a production where the actors wore similar masks. Erique's mask is seen next to his violin on a pile of rubble after his supposed death.
The Phantom's mask in the Herbert Lom Hammer Horror version.
Hammer Horror Herbet Lom version [ ]
In the 1962 Hammer Horror version, this Phantom, like the Claude Rains version, had his face scarred by acid, and wore a white cloth mask that hid his entire face, save for one eye. He wears this mask during most of the film, only removing it in a few scenes toward the ending.
Phantom of the Paradise [ ]
A fan-made replica of Winslow's helmet
In Brian De Palma's Phantom of the Paradise, Winslow Leach becomes the Phantom after getting his face caught in a record press that mutilates half of his face and renders his right eye useless as a result. Winslow hides his scarred face with a silver owl-themed helmet/mask. Strangely enough, this helmet also has a black lens over the right eye hole, conveniently covering Winslow's damaged eye.
1986 Maximillian Schell TV movie [ ]
In the 1986 Maximillian Schell version, this version of the Phantom wears both a stone-gray mask that resembles a statue's face, as well as a mask that resembles his face prior to his disfiguration, once again by acid, though strangely enough his unmasked face looks similar to Lon Chaney's skull-like deformity, looking nothing like an acid disfiguration.
One of the masks in the 1986 TV movie.
Robert Englund 1989 version [ ]
Robert Englund's Phantom in the 1989 film had a very grotesque variant of the mask. Erik Destler made a deal with the devil that people would love him for his music and it would live forever, but that his music would
Destler applying flesh pieces to his face.
be the only thing he would be loved for, and as a result, his face was mutilated, missing his hair, teeth, nose, and one ear. Destler disguises this with a wig, false teeth, and sews flesh to his face, obtained from his victims, covering the stitches with makeup. At the masked ball, he wears a simple skull mask with his Red Death costume. In the modern day, Destler wears false prosthetic faces, making him look completely normal.
Erik on the DVD cover, wearing the white base mask.
1990 Charles Dance miniseries [ ]
The 1990 Charles Dance TV miniseries had Erik wearing multiple masks on top of a plain white base mask, and Erik's deformed face is never shown on camera. With the white base mask, he possesses a gold Apollo mask that he wears while teaching Christine, a black mask he wears during moments of rage, a skull mask that he wore while Joseph Buquet was snooping around in the cellars, causing him to get scared and fall to his death, and a crying clown mask with black tears that he wears when he believes Christine will not return to him.
The Lloyd Webber Musical [ ]
This version, aside from the Lon Chaney movie, is the most well-known version of the Phantom story, and the Phantom's white half mask is an iconic image that people tend to think of when someone mentions The Phantom of the Opera. The original intent was to have full facial deformity and thus a full mask, similar to the one seen in posters and promotional material for the musical. However, as having full makeup as well as the mask would make expression and singing difficult for the lead actor, and thus they halved it, via Maria Bjornson's innovative design. This Phantom, like the original novel, was deformed at birth, and made this mask himself out of what appears to be a fine, shiny porcelain. In the Joel Schumacher film adaption, the mask is made of leather. The Phantom also wears a wig with this mask, as his actual hair is a few white wisps on his balding head. His deformities include deformed lips, mismatched eyes, a missing right eyebrow, an elongated right nostril, a large gash with exposed skull tissue, and bony protrusions on his right cheek. In the Schumacher movie, the deformity is much less grotesque, often said by fans to more resemble a sunburn or rash more than a deformity.
A collection of Phantom masks inspired by the Lloyd Webber musical.
- 1 Raoul de Chagny
- 2 The Phantom
Monsters of Makeup
Your Favorite Characters and the Prosthetics That Made Them
The Many Masks of the Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom’s mask always looks so perfect, you wonder why every iteration of Christine Daae instantly wants to tear it off. You’d think that one version of her across all the countless spin-offs and adaptations would think “Hey, Erik, that’s a good look for you.” But no, by the time the end of the story rolls around the mask has been not only been removed from Erik’s face, but discarded completely.
So, before Miss Daae arrives to throw all of these masks into the Seine, let’s take a look at the various versions the Phantom has worn throughout his tenure at the Paris Opera House. From books, TV, animation, to the stage, he’s got a closet full of these things. We’ll look solely at his Phantom mask, so the Masque of the Red Death will have to sit this one out. Tune your singing voice, grab a flintlock and a violin, and let’s go down the catacombs.
1. Original Novel Mask – 1909-1910
In the original novel, Erik’s mask is black and covers his entire face. The first edition of the book featured watercolor illustrations by Andre Castaigne, but only the Phantom’s disfigured face was featured. The mask wasn’t depicted until the 1920 French edition, where it’s shown on the cover art as a domino-style facemask that makes him look like a scary version of Zorro.
The cover art was reimagined for the 2011 Centennial Edition, which made the mask more in line with recent depictions.
2. Lon Chaney’s Phantom Mask – 1925
Out of all the adaptations, Lon Chaney’s Phantom makeup from Universal’s silent film is still regarded as the most faithful to the book. The mask is another story. It’s a 3/4 mask that sports some killer eyebrows and a small duster flap hanging from the bottom. He also wears a Middle-Eastern style cap, which reflects the character’s past travels to Persia in the novel.
3. Claude Rains’ Phantom Mask – 1943
If you’ve ever wondered what the Phantom would look like if he was seasick, look no further than the greenish-hued mask of Claude Rains. In the second version produced by Universal, the Phantom terrorizes the opera in a mask that is more designer than Chaney’s, with some decidedly angrier eyebrows.
4. Operetta Ghosts – 1960
In the little-seen Mexican comedy The Phantom of the Operetta , several perpetrators dress in identical masks and costumes to terrorize an opera house. With the hat and hair combo, the mask looks rather like the Quaker Oats guy in a bad mood.
5. Herbert Lom’s Phantom Mask – 1962
If Leatherface had a musically inclined cousin, this is probably how he’d dress. The Hammer Horror Phantom appears to be into DIY crafts, since this mask has a semi-homemade look that makes it one of the most disturbing iterations. It covers his entire face, with a sewn-in patch that covers his useless left eye.
6. Leslie Nielsen’s Phantom Mask – 1971
Leslie Nielsen played the Phantom in a comic segment from an episode of Night Gallery . In his four minutes of terror, Nielsen’s Phantom wears a mask meant to be an homage to Lon Chaney’s.
His labored breathing makes him suck in the duster flap that hangs from the bottom and also prevents him from blowing out a candle. It has some rosier cheeks than Chaney’s mask and no eyebrows, so it’s probably the closest to a porcelain doll of Frank Drebin that we’ll ever get.
7. Phantom of the Paradise – 1973
Transpose a 19th century opera story into a 1970s rock opera and you’re going to get one funky looking Phantom mask. The Phantom of the Paradise dons a face covering that is more like a helmet, giving a mashup of gothic-sci-fi-ish flair to his musical shenanigans. Black lipstick helps, too.
8. The Phantom of Hollywood Mask – 1974
Phantoms come in many shapes, and this one comes dressed as a punk medieval executioner. This mask hides a deformed actor who picks off the people who plan to sell his beloved movie studio backlot, using a disguise reminiscent of something from the cover of a Goosebumps book.
9. Maximilian Schell Phantom Masks – 1983
Another TV movie adaptation introduces two different Phantom masks. The first one would make a great monster makeup if we can get Rick Baker out of retirement to make it. The second is creepily life-like and sends you sprawling into uncanny valley.
10. Michael Crawford Phantom Mask – 1986 Musical
The mask that took home the Olivier Award. This one is worn by the Phantom in the most famous stage version of the story, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. This is where the mask first took on it’s vertical “half-face” shape, apparently because Michael Crawford noticed that he couldn’t properly convey the Phantom’s emotions onstage while wearing the traditional half-mask.
11. Animated Phantom Mask – 1987
Judging from the animated version of the mask, Erik has possibly grown tired of not being able to grow a cool mustache like Raoul, so he just drew one on instead.
12. Robert Englund’s Phantom – 1989
In a Phantom of the Opera meets The Silence of the Lambs spin, Robert Englund’s Phantom wears a mask made of prosthetics that are made to look like human flesh. This disguises his disfigured face under a “normal” face. Like taking of your makeup before going to bed, the Phantom slowly peels off his face-facemask in a scene that would send Tom Savini into unbounded euphoria.
13. The Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge – 1989
For a strange update on the Phantom, the shape of the mask actually manages to be unique. It wraps around Eric’s (spelled with a “c” this time) face in a half-circle shape, providing the missing link between the previous half-masks and vertical half-masks. This Phantom also trades in his Middle-Eastern caps and slouch hats for a baseball cap, so you know it’s a home run (I’ll show myself out).
14. Charles Dance Phantom Mask – 1990
Tywin Lannister himself has suited up as the Phantom, in one of (if not the only) iteration where the Opera Ghost’s deformed face is never revealed. His mask goes the Batman route, covering his face with a small cutout for the mouth. A second, black version is briefly worn, along with a harlequin-inspired mask that makes our Phantom resemble a DC Comics villain.
15. Richard White Phantom Mask – 1991
Honestly, this one scares me more than the Robert Englund face-peeling routine. We always knew the Phantom was a tragic and very emotional character, but to give us a visual depiction of his sorrow as bloody tears is pretty gut-wrenching. This is one of several worn by White in the 1991 musical Phantom .
16. David Staller Phantom Mask – 1991
A metallic version? Sure, let’s do it. It seems like a strange choice at first, but then it hits you that this is the mask you did not realize you were waiting for. When watching this TV movie version, I have to remind myself that it is not a Doctor Doom origin story.
17. Phantom on of the Opera on Ice Mask – 1995
Yes, they put the Phantom on ice. They also gave him another metallic mask. This is probably the most ornate mask he’s ever worn, with intricate details and a cheek plate that fits underneath his left eye. Even Christine would hesitate from pulling this one off his face, since you’d be wary of leaving fingerprints on such a nicely polished garment.
18. Phantom of the Megaplex Mask – 2000
This Phantom appears to have stocked up on the holiday merch, sporting a mask that you’d swear you see every year at Spirit Halloween.
19. Gerard Butler’s Phantom Masks – 2004
Gerard Butler’s Phantom is probably the least scarred of all the Angels of Music. His mask is therefore smaller and more rounded than the 1986 musical version that it’s based on, most likely due to the filmmakers wanting to cover as little of their good-looking leading man as possible. If you know anyone who’s creating their own DIY Phantom mask, it’s usually this one. The Phantom also dons a black mask that’s more in line with the 1920 book cover art. It’s this one that’s torn off his face by the ever-eager Christine.
20. A Monster in Paris Mask – 2011
Every giant, blue, singing flea needs a mask. This computer animated Phantom goes for a sharp-pointed nose and cheek-plates, with a white suit combo that I wish we could see one day in a live-action film (It’d be a great fit for an adaptation set in the 1930s. The Shadow vs. The Phantom of the Opera , anyone?)
Leave a Reply Cancel reply
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
The Phantom of the Opera
Gaston leroux, everything you need for every book you read..
The mask that the “Phantom,” Erik , wears over his face symbolizes his vulnerability and the injustice he suffers from, as he is forced to hide his face because it causes too much horror in other people. Although the mask gives Erik some control over his life, as it allows him to decide when to reveal his real face, it also signals that he has no control over one crucial factor: other people’s reactions. The removal of masks occurs at crucial moments in the narrative; on one such occasion, overwhelmed by the beauty of the Phantom’s singing, Christine spontaneously decides to disobey Erik’s orders and remove his mask, which causes Erik fear, pain, and anger. This moment marks a turning point in the narrative, as Christine will remain scarred by the horrifying face she has seen. On another occasion, during the masked ball, Christine finally shows Raoul her anguish when she removes her mask. In both cases, removing one’s mask reveals one’s vulnerability. Therefore, the success of this operation depends on other characters’ good will—in Erik’s case, Christine’s ability to show him compassion and admiration despite his ugliness, and, in Christine’s case, Raoul’s willingness to trust her and take her feelings seriously despite his intense jealousy.
Masks Quotes in The Phantom of the Opera
“He is extraordinarily thin and his black coat hangs loosely off his skeletal frame. His eyes are so deep-set that you cannot make out his pupils: all you can see are two big black holes, as in a skull. His skin is stretched over his bone structure like a drumhead, and is not white but an ugly yellow. His nose is almost non-existent when seen sideways; and this absence is a horrible thing to behold. As for his hair, it consists of no more than three or four long dark strands on his forehead and behind his ears.”
“As I would not let go of the cloak, the shadow turned round and beneath the hood I saw a terrifying skull, whose staring eyes burned with the fire of Hell. I thought I was face to face with Satan himself. It was like a vision from beyond the grave.”
Christine simply took off her mask and said: “It is a tragedy, Raoul!”
He now saw her face and could not suppress a cry of surprise and shock. Gone was her fresh, glowing complexion. No longer a reflection of her tranquil disposition and untroubled conscience, her face—so charming and gentle in former days—was deadly pale. How anguished she looked now! Her features were cruelly furrowed by sorrow and her beautiful, limpid eyes—Little Lotte’s eyes—had become wells of deep, dark, unfathomable mystery and were bordered with terribly doleful shadows.
Hideousness, soaring on the wings of Love, had dared to face Beauty.
“You are afraid of him, but do you love me? If Erik were handsome, would you love me, Christine?”
“Why do you raise questions that I have pushed to the back of my mind as if they were sinful?”
She rose too and wrapped her beautiful, trembling arms round the young man.
“Oh, my betrothed, if I did not love you, I would not offer you my lips! Kiss them, for the first and last time.”
Masks Symbol Timeline in The Phantom of the Opera
Ambigram Generator Sniper Games
My first tattoo. I designed it and Love it!! It stands for my daughters passion of The braodway show. The Angel of Music is dedictated to my daughter April.
What's the meaning of the The Phantom of the Opera (mask) »
The phantom of the opera (mask), this page is about the meaning, origin and characteristic of the symbol, emblem, seal, sign, logo or flag: the phantom of the opera (mask) ..
Ever since it burst onto New York City’s Broadway theater scene in the 1980’s, The Phantom of the Opera has become a worldwide sensation, and the iconic white mask worn by the musical's title character has become one of the most recognizable symbols in the world of preforming arts.
In 1910, French author Gaston Leroux published his novel “Le Fantôme de l’Opéra”, a story partly inspired by events that took place at the Garnier opera house in Paris during the 19th century. Leroux's story has been adapted many times in many mediums, but perhaps the most famous is the musical theater rendition by English composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. With an ongoing run of over two decades in New York City alone, plus numerous international productions, this story of love, passion, drama, and haunting beauty has remained a perennial favorite among theatergoers for years.
The production’s iconic mask logo is an homage to its signature character; a mysterious figure who dwells within the bowels of the opera house and takes a young fledgling performer under his wing. He wears the mask to conceal his scarred and distorted face from view, and despite his macabre appearance and fierce demeanor, he is in many ways a lonely creature that desires nothing more than simple human compassion.
This mask, sometimes paired with a rose and/or the name of the production emblazoned, can be seen wherever The Phantom of the Opera is being performed, and just seems to invite the audience into a dark and mysterious, yet highly illuminating, musical world.
Graphical characteristics: Asymmetric , Closed shape , Monochrome , Contains both straight and curved lines , Has no crossing lines .
Category: Miscellaneous .
Edit this symbol
More symbols in Miscellaneous :
Symbols without any special category attribution but that are widely used worldwide. read more »
Have a discussion about The Phantom of the Opera (mask) with the community:
We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe. If by any chance you spot an inappropriate comment while navigating through our website please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly.
You need to be logged in to favorite .
Create a new account.
Your name: * Required
Your email address: * Required
Pick a user name: * Required
Username: * Required
Password: * Required
Forgot your password? Retrieve it
Use the citation below to add this symbol to your bibliography:
Style: MLA Chicago APA
"The Phantom of the Opera (mask)." Symbols.com. STANDS4 LLC, 2023. Web. 12 Oct. 2023. < https://www.symbols.com/symbol/the-phantom-of-the-opera-%28mask%29 >.
We need you!
Are we missing an important symbol in this category, the web's largest resource for, symbols, signs & flags, a member of the stands4 network, graphical index, use our unique search feature to find a symbol based on its various graphical characteristics:.
- Select one option... ────────── Geometry Symmetric Geometry Asymmetric
- Select one option... ────────── Open Shape Closed Shape
- Select one option... ────────── Colorful Monochrome
- Select one option... ────────── Curved Lines Straight Lines Both
- Select one option... ────────── Lines Crossing Lines not Crossing
- Search »
- VisualGPS INSIGHTS
136 Phantom Of The Opera Mask Images Stock Photos & High-Res Pictures
Browse 136 phantom of the opera mask images photos and images available, or start a new search to explore more photos and images..