A sketch of a Chinese comedian performing his part before the the British Ambassador, December 19, 1793, at Canton.
Costumes & customs in Japan by Kazuma Ogawa. Tokyo 1892
“No. I, Iidamachi, Shichome, Kojimachiku, Tokyo, Japan.”
Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.” The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is a 1599 resulting tragedy by William Shakespeare, which is based on the historical person Julius Caesar.
The Sun King in theater costume 1700.
Theatricals costumes at Nagasaki Japan. From the book: Two journeys to Japan. 1856-7, by Kinahan Cornwallis. Illustrated by the author. Published by Thomas Cautley Newby. London 1859.
Fantaisie Sur Le Costume Moderne, Dioné’, By Léon Bakst 1914.
Ladies witnessing the performance of the actors, at Nagasaki Japan.
No masks by Kiyotoki-Shimomura By the death of Kiyotoki-Shimomura on May 29th, 1922, at the age of fifty-five, not only Nippon, but the world at large, lost a master carver… Read More
[su_row] [su_column size=”1/2″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/2″] [/su_column] [/su_row] Ko-omote. Noh. Japanese theater masks. Four no-masks. Above left: The blind singer. Semimaru Kimura. Upper right: type Hashihime, girl transform into a… Read More
Greek tragedy and comedy masks Greek pottery