is showing at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria until June 11 and will have its next showing at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from June 29 until Oct.
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AGGV stands for Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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95 Hardcover GT1560 This collection features approximately 20 color photos of kimonos owned by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and worn by Ichimaru (1906-1997), a geisha, musician, and well-known singer in Japan.
com Collaboratively researched and co-authored the team of by Barry Till, Michiko Warkentyne, and Judith Patt (all of whom are from the curatorial department at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria), The Kimono Of The Geisha-Diva Ichimaru is a visually impressive photographic and informative biographical compendium of the life and success of the world renowned Japanese artist Ichimaru (1906-1997), and her collection of kimonos now owned by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.