Girl in a White Kimono is an 1894 oil painting by George Hendrik Breitner. The subject of the painting is the sixteen-year-old Geesje Kwak, of whom Breitner made a series of photographs and paintings wearing red and white kimonos. The painting was inspired by the style of Japanese prints and is an example of Japonism. Produced on a stretched canvas expertly crafted in-house in the UK with the latest technology and skilled craftsmen. This specialised process creates a unique and high quality picture that captures all the colour, craquelure, texture and character of an original painting.