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Geishas Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 159 pictures in our Geishas collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Japan - Geisha - See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil Featured Print

Japan - Geisha - See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil

Japan - Three Geisha girls - miming the phrase See no evil, Hear no evil, speak no evil'. Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Acting, Actions, Amusing, Attire, Bizarre, Clothing, Costume, Courtesan, Cover, Covering, Covers, Describe, Describing, Description, Ears, Evil, Eyes, Geisha, Geishas, Girl, Girls, Hair, Hairstyle, Hear, Historical, History, Interesting, Japan, Japanese, Kimono, Kimonos, Mime, Miming, Mouth, Plug, Plugging, Plugs, Position, Proverb, Role, Social, Society, Speak, Symbolise, Traditional, Trio, Unusua, Woman, Women

Advertisement for Dujardin-Lammens furniture, Brussels Featured Print

Advertisement for Dujardin-Lammens furniture, Brussels

Advertisement for Dujardin-Lammens oak, cane and rattan furniture, Brussels, with a Japanese theme.
circa late 19th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Advert, Advertisement, Advertising, Belgian, Belgium, Block, Brussels, Cane, Dujardin, East, Eastern, Furnishing, Furniture, Geisha, Geishas, Green, Japan, Japanese, Lammens, Oak, Oriental, Pink, Postmark, Postmarks, Purple, Rattan, Red, Stamp, Stamps, Trade, Woman, Women, Wood, Yellow

Pot-Pourri by James Tanner Featured Print

Pot-Pourri by James Tanner

Promotional postcard for Pot-Pourri by James Tanner; music Napoleon Lambelet. First produced Coronet, 3rd April and Avenue Theatre, 9th June 1899. Announcing that a new form of entertainment - an English version of the French revue, with satire on the events of the past year in a single story. Many of the figures are from popular plays The Little Minister, The Geisha . A Greek Slave, and The Tyranny of Tears. Billed as The Greatest Success Known in London for Years cartoons of George R. Sims, W. G. Grace and Emil Zola are shown, and the Drury Lane melodrama The Great Ruby, a satire on which provided the revues framework. Date: 1899

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library