Drawings of Japanese geisha can be found both online and in print. An image search for the term "geisha drawings" on any major search engine renders a wide selection of geisha-themed images, as do websites that allow users to search galleries by subject, such as Pinterest. Online art vendors, including Fine Art America, offer geisha-inspired artwork for sale. For modern drawings, visit sites with user-generated content such as deviantART.
Geisha drawings can also be found in print at most bookstores. Japanese history texts often contain depictions of geisha, but the best places to find drawings of geisha are art publications. The art section of a bookstore may have entire publications devoted to traditional Japanese art. Liza Dalby's book "Geisha," available for purchase on Amazon, contains a variety of artful depictions of geisha. Many major art museums also have drawings of geisha on display. These museums, such as the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, allow users to search the galleries by topic, like geisha.
The most common drawings of geisha are Japanese brush paintings. These paintings were typically done in ink and are known for their clean, simple lines. Recent drawings of geisha range from traditional to highly stylized and modernized depictions.