Contemporary Japanese Artist Yasunari Ikenaga

Contemporary Artist: Ikenaga Yasunari (b. ) -Ikenaga Yasunari (right) with collector and recent painting Born in artist Ikenaga Yasunari’s serene and soothing portraits of modern women.

Kawase Hasui

Kawase Hasui - Isohama Alley to the Sea, 1949

Geisha or courtesan carrying a shamisen in case through the snow. Main detail of a hanging scroll; ink and color on silk, 1804-18 , Japan, by artist Numata Gessai. MFA (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

courtesan carrying a shamisen ( a traditional Japanese three stringed musical instrument ) in case through the snow / detail of a hanging scroll / ink and color on silk / numata gessai / 1804 - 1818 / MFA / william sturgis bigelow collection

Ghost in front of the mosquito net Eiho Hirezaki (1881-1968)

artemisdreaming: “ Ghost in front of the mosquito net Eiho Hirezaki ”

Digging Seashells From “The First Series of Modern Beauties” Gendai bijinshu dai isshu: Shiohigari Artist: Ito Shinsui Published by Watanabe Shozaburo, 1931.

Digging Seashells From “The First Series of Modern Beauties” Gendai bijinshu dai isshu: Shiohigari Artist: Ito Shinsui Published by Watanabe Shozaburo,

geiko - tsunesono

Geiko Tsunesono by mboogiedown

Crownn Princess Masako of japan - Bing Images

Japan furious about new book: “Princess Masako – Prisoner of the Chrysanthemum Throne”

geisha

The royal blue of her kimono is striking with her makeup.

Two girls in kimono

Little Golden Geishas

Kitano Tsunetomi(1880〜1947)  「戯れ」

For Fun - Tsunetomi Kitano ;

lilacsinthedooryard: “Ghost in front of the mosquito net Eiho Hirezaki (1881-1968) ”

Artist Hirezaki Eiho / Ghost in front of the mosquito net

Korean Beauty by Boot Jil

korean / by BootJil, 붓질. love this simple but beautiful painting…

UKIYO - E.....1830.......BY MIHATA JORYU.....PARTAGE OF UKIYO - E.....ON FACEBOOK.............

Mihata Joryu Japanese, active High Ranking Courtesan, c.

1910, Japan. Hand-colored postcard

Vintage & antique kimonos from Japan.

1910, Japan. Hand-colored postcard

taishou-kun: “Welcoming a guest - Hand-colored postcard - Japan - 1910 ”

Maiko (apprentice geisha) Ichimitu (or Ichimitsu) of the Ponto-cho geisha district in Kyoto. 1939, Japan. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Maiko (apprentice geisha) Ichimitu (or Ichimitsu) of the Ponto-cho geisha district in Kyoto. 1939, Japan. Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

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