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Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha) and a Geisha with Bangasa (Paper umbrellas).

Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha) and a Geisha with Bangasa (Paper umbrellas).

Iron tsuba with Wakamizu( first water drawn from a well on New Year’s) design engraved. It is engraved in gold.

Iron tsuba with Wakamizu( first water drawn from a well on New Year’s) design engraved. It is engraved in gold.

It hand-tinted albumen print was taken in the 1880s by a relatively obscure but active photographer named YAMAMOTO.

It hand-tinted albumen print was taken in the 1880s by a relatively obscure but active photographer named YAMAMOTO.

si un jour je dois porter un casque.... je mettrai celui ci... pour éloigner mauvais esprit, y a pas mieux a chacun ses trolls.... le mien me colle aux fesses ... comme un chewing gum usagé sans bouche ...!

si un jour je dois porter un casque.... je mettrai celui ci... pour éloigner mauvais esprit, y a pas mieux a chacun ses trolls.... le mien me colle aux fesses ... comme un chewing gum usagé sans bouche ...!

Maiko Girl 1900    A Meiji Era portrait of a Maiko Girl. In the top right-hand corner is written in faint blue ink "This is a beautiful Maiko".

Maiko Girl 1900 A Meiji Era portrait of a Maiko Girl. In the top right-hand corner is written in faint blue ink "This is a beautiful Maiko".

Plaque with a King (?) and Winged Genius  This plaque is carved in relief and depicts a king (?) and a winged genius. It is possibly a copy from the alabaster reliefs of Ashur-nasir-pal.  Joseph Brummer [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Henry Walters, Baltimore, 1925 [mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1931, by bequest.  Acquired by Henry Walters, 1925  Share on Twitter Share on Facebook        Assyrian (Artist)    668-626 BC

Plaque with a King (?) and Winged Genius This plaque is carved in relief and depicts a king (?) and a winged genius. It is possibly a copy from the alabaster reliefs of Ashur-nasir-pal. Joseph Brummer [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Henry Walters, Baltimore, 1925 [mode of acquisition unknown]; Walters Art Museum, 1931, by bequest. Acquired by Henry Walters, 1925 Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Assyrian (Artist) 668-626 BC

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Bela armadura

Geisha with violin , ca 1905. I would love to know who took this beautiful photograph.

Geisha with violin , ca 1905. I would love to know who took this beautiful photograph.