In this original hand painting, a "beauty" is seen half sitting on a bar stool. On the left side of the painting, a poem reads the following: "Last night it snowed heavily, this morning a winter plum tree is seen blossoming.
This original painting depicted a "beauty" sitting on a small soft mat, while a pet bird is nearby.
In this interesting depiction, a "beauty" is seen holding a fan on one hand while another hand holding a chair. It appears that her name was "Zhu-Zhang-Zi" according to the painting, and she would be one of the favorites to this author, who's a painter and a monk.
In this original hand painting by the same artist, a woman is kneeing down. The poem to the right seems to be describing a scene where the night is young and music and wine are flowing freely.
In this painting, a "beauty" is seen holding a flower. The poem written to the right of the painting seems to refer to the fact this woman does never have to leave the house.
Named as "Picture of Smiling Beauty", this original hand painting was done by the same artist. In this painting, a woman who's holding a small fan is seen smiling demurely, with her cat looking at her from a chair nearby.
In this painting, a beauty is seen sitting on a small stool, one hand holding a fan. This painting is also named "Picture of Little Fan".
This colorful original hand painting done by the same artist depicts a woman sitting on a bed, with a cat by her foot.
In this "beauty" painting, the author portrayed a woman who's half sitting on a chair, with a small stool and flower vase near by.
This beauty painting was done by the same artist. In this painting a woman is sitting on a blanket, resting by the tree.
Done by the same artist, this hand painting depicts a woman sitting by a table.
Manchurian State - covering the three provinces of Northeast of China, inner Mongolia (now governed by the Communist China) and outer Mongolia (Now Mongolia Republic) was a separate government between 1931 and 1945. In 1931, Japan invaded China and set up a puppet government, using the last Emperor of China called the Manchurian State. This Manchurian State cigarette company was an enterprise likely set up by the Japanese during the 1930's. As evidenced on the poster, four different brands of ci...
With Europeans' help, the Chinese had already figured out sex sells - especially when it comes to beer products. BeiPing is an old name for BeiJing. Five Star is a brand of Beer. The lady wearing fancy designer stockings and Chinese dress (pronounced "chi-pao"); is neither holding a beer nor appearing to be in a bar. In fact, the background suggests that she's in a large living room, sitting crossed legged on an upholstered chair, she is looking away. Observe the little Peking dog sitting by her...
This advertisement poster and calendar from 1930 Shanghai era is an advertisement for Imperial Shanghai Fire Insurance Company. Right below the Company name it listed the following information: "Company's capital is 10 million yuan". Below the picture of an elegant lady holding an Afghan hound is a 12 month calendar. The artist name was signed on the lower left corner. The background appears to be of European flair.
This advertisement poster from 1930 Shanghai era is an advertisement for Buncho Soap. On display a demure looking lady is holding a Buncho soap, taken right out of a beautifully wrapped and packaged soap box. The Chinese characters on both sides indicating the Chinese name of the soap. A well designed advertising poster with rich, deep color coordination.
This advertisement poster from 1930 Shanghai era is an advertisement for Harumoto Soap Company. As evidenced by this beautifully designed advertising poster, many different kinds of tastefully arranged soap products are displayed. Equally attractive is this superb dress this advertising lady is wearing.
This advertisement poster from 1930 Shanghai era is a cigarette advertisement for "East Asia Cigarette Company". The size of this poster is 30" Long by 17" wide.
This gorgeous 1930s image of Pekingese dog poster depicts a woman in beautiful Chinese clothing holding this lovely image of Pekingese dog. This is one poster that will appear to many Pekingese dog lovers. This is a direct quote from a customer who had purchased this poster: "Most of the Pekingese artwork for sale on the internet is early 20th century British, and the style does not appeal to today's market as much as your poster would." Background of this poster is the following: This adver...