Japan. Maiko is an apprentice geisha in western Japan, especially Kyoto. Their jobs consist of performing songs, dances, and playing the shamisen (three-stringed Japanese instrument) for visitors during feasts. Maiko are usually aged 15 to 20 years old and become geisha after learning how to dance (a kind of Japanese traditional dance), play the shamisen, and learning Kyō-kotoba (dialect of Kyoto), regardless of their origins.

Maiko is an apprentice geisha in western Japan, especially Kyoto. Maiko are usually aged 15 to 20 years old and become geisha after learning how to dance (a kind of Japanese traditional dance), play the shamisen, and learning Kyō-kotoba (dialect of Kyoto)

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these

three photos from different parts of the subject's life woven together to make these Collage, Suitable for a project called Fragments for GCSE

Michelle Maguire | http://myohmyoh.com/about/

michelle maguire (The Jealous Curator)

The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// michelle maguire

Chen Man

Chen Man on

Persephone - ❀ Flower Maiden Fantasy ❀ beautiful art fashion photography of women and flowers - chen man

Drawing, idea, pastels, cardboard

"The girl with the final demand" - Guy Denning, conte and chalk on corrugated packing cardboard

NARRATIVE PORTRAITS OF NYC SUBWAY RIDERS BY CHRIS RUSSELL

Narrative Portraits of NYC Subway Riders by Chris Russell

Magazine - Narrative Portraits of NYC Subway Riders by Chris Russell

Ikenaga Yasunari The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined inspiration

Ikenaga Yasunari - The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined

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.

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