Sheer beauty is prominent in many cultures, and the same goes for the Chinese. The three beautiful Geishas on the front of this contemporary room divider shows the true beauty of the popular entertainers. The idea of Geishas has been around for many centuries in the far east. In the 8th century, female entertainers/waitresses were first known as Oiran. Their job was to keep guests entertained with music, singing and dancing, most of which were erotic. Over the years, the occupation of Oiran developed into something more classy and even reputable. Educated women would also become Geishas, especially during times when families became displaced. They would put on performances like acting as well. Later on during the 19th century when the term Geisha was formed, the women who were in the occupation no longer had to portray erotic behaviors.
Asian culture, like many others, became a place of the beauty-obsessed elite. This modern room divider greatly depicts the beauty of the Asian Geishas of long ago. Today, you can bring back the splendor that the Geishas represented. This modern screen will give your place the uniqueness it needs to stand out to your guests and visitors. This art screen stands 71 inches tall and 48 inches wide. It comes with three panels, each depicting a different Geisha. Order yours now before they?re all gone!
Printed with water and fade resistant, high saturation ink on both sides of durable, high quality canvas, then stretched on spruce wood panel frames. Each panel is 16″ wide. When the screen is folded to stand without support the total width of the screen will be a few inches shorter that the maximum width shown.