Linocut of a maiko’s smile

45,00 55,00 

Have you ever had the opportunity to stroll through the winding streets of Japan, fascinated by the beauty and elegance of the Maikos and Geishas who move around there? For my part, since I was very young, I have been enchanted by their grace and refinement, as much by their sophisticated make-up, their elaborate hairstyles as by their magnificent kimonos, which I discovered in books on Japanese culture.

The number of prints is limited to 100.
Each print is signed and numbered.
Each linocut is accompanied on the back by its certificate of authenticity.
Note that the “handmade paper” option uses paper made in our workshop.



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Handmade paper made in our workshop

These emblematic figures of Japanese culture have always held an irresistible fascination for me, and so was born the desire to create a series of linocuts inspired by these unforgettable icons. By immersing myself in the fascinating world of Maikos and Geishas, I sought to capture their essence, their mysterious beauty and timeless elegance, while trying to convey this magic through my works.

Thus, each linocut represents a step in this artistic and cultural exploration, seeking to express the essence of these emblematic Japanese figures, while trying to convey to others the beauty and emotion I myself felt when discovering them. For beyond their outward appearance, Maikos and Geishas are bearers of a millennia-old history and culture, which deserve to be celebrated and shared with the world.

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Certificate of authenticity
100% Handmade
Handmade paper made in our workshop
Format 21 x 29.7 cm
Find all the characteristics of my linocuts
Due to the nature of engraving, each print is unique and therefore may be a little different from the others. There may be some imperfections or small unprinted areas. Sold without frame.

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Black & White, Blue

Choice of paper :

Paper mulberry tree


250 g/m² for ultra white satin paper






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