Puppet from the Traditional Greek Shadow Puppet Theatre
Puppet created by Abraham Andonakos.
Photographer: Michelle McFarlane
Image copyright Dimitri Katsoulis &
Dimitri Katsoulis & Museum Victoria
This puppet was made in Greece in the 1960s by puppet master and illustrator Abraham Andonakos, from plastic and painted with ink. It was used by Dimitri Katsoulis in his performances in Greece and Melbourne until the 1990s.
An acrylic figure of a woman, jointed at the waist. She has blond hair and wears a green contemporary-style dress with pink sleeves.
Aspasia is a kind and courteous character, ethical and compassionate. She appears in comedies.