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Long before Columbia Pictures' 'Memories of a Geisha,' there was William Verdult's Geisha

William Verdult captures the elegance and grace of the Geisha on www.verdultonline.com.

Long before Columbia Pictures decided to make the film “Memories of a Geisha,” now showing in theaters around the country, William Verdult the “Dutch Master”, one of a very few American master artists alive today, captured the spirit and soul in his beautiful painting called the Geisha. Collectors of Verdult’s work include: Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Elvis Presley, Jack Lord, Farrah Fawcett, Telly Savalas, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lee Majors, Alfred Hitchcock, Tom Jones, Kim Novak, Robert Redford, Dana Mark of 'Police Academy', Connie Francis, and Clint Eastwood. Verdult’s limited edition signed lithograph can be seen at www.verdultonline.com .

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Long before Columbia Pictures decided to make the film “Memories of a Geisha,” now showing in theaters around the country, William Verdult the “Dutch Master” one of a very few American master artists alive today captured the spirit and soul in his beautiful painting called the Geisha. The art provides art lovers and investors with unrivaled value. Verdult’s limited edition signed lithograph can be seen here www.verdultonline.com .

The word Geishas means "person of the arts." Geishas are traditional Japanese artists and entertainers. Very common in the 18th and 19th centuries, Geishas, though their numbers are dwindling, are still in existence today. Geishas were traditionally trained from young childhood working first as maids, then as assistants to the house's senior geisha. This tradition still exists in Japan, where a student lives at the home of a master, starting out doing general housework and observing and assisting the master, and eventually moving up to become a master in her own right. This training often lasts for many years.

Geisha’s study encompasses a wide variety of arts, including musical instruments, singing, dance, tea ceremony, flower arranging, poetry and literature. The role of a geisha is that of a sexy performer. By watching and assisting the senior geisha, students become skilled in the complex traditions in dealing with clients, in the art of conversation, playing different games, and selecting, matching, and wearing the famous kimono.

William Verdult’s Geisha with its brilliant and vibrant colors was created many years ago. Yet his exquisitely detailed painting was created as if he foresaw the coming of the movie “Memories of a Geisha.” Verdult’s Geisha, elegant and regal matches the artistry of the movie produced by such heavy weights as Lucy Fisher, Douglas Wick and Steven Spielberg.

William Verdult the “Dutch Master” is one of a very few American master artists alive today. He is known for his rendition of Geisha and King Tutt using original rubies, sapphires and other precious stones and gold in his creation. Some collectors of his work include: Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Elvis Presley, Jack Lord, Farrah Fawcett, Telly Savalas, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lee Majors, Alfred Hitchcock, Tom Jones, Kim Novak, Robert Redford, Dana Mark of 'Police Academy', Connie Francis, and Clint Eastwood.

Appraised at $2,000, Verdult’s Geisha is being made available on www.verdultonline.com to art enthusiasts and investors. For more information on how to see this painting free of charge and make Geisha part of a great art collection visit: www.verdultonline.com .

The www.verdultgallery.com specializes in original paintings created by William Verdult, while www.verdultonline.com specializes in limited edition lithographs created and signed by the American born -- master artist.

Verdultgalleries.com and verdultonline.com are solely owned by Wealth Enterprise, Inc.

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Item originally Published: Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) January 4, 2006 --

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