en Most of his works called ' Yumeji shiki bijin ' , which show his unique sense of beauty , were painted on hanging scrolls and folding screens using Japanese painting techniques , but some images of women and landscapes were painted on canvas using oil painting techniques .
en It is considered that , around the end of the Meiji period , factors such as the rise of new painters who proposed new woman figures ( Shoen UEMURA , Kiyokata KABURAGI , Shoen IKEDA , Tsunetomi KITANO , etc . ) and changes beginning to be seen in the social cognition of women , which had been feudalistic in the past , contributed to the appearance of bijinga as a new category .
en However , while there are many Western paintings which depict beautiful women , the themes in most cases concern mythology , or legend , history or religion ( although this is not the case with many of the Western paintings after the 19th century ) , they cannot always be regarded as being the same as the Japanese bijinga .
en Also in " Kenrei Monin Ukyo no Daibu Shu " ( The poetic Memoirs of Lady Daibu ) , there is an entry that a rumor earned popularity in Kyoto that a court lady who was famous for her beauty served Josaimonin , became a wife of Michimori , and followed after her husband when he died with the words , " What a strong tie of a husband and a wife that has never ever been . "
en However , as the large-eyed women drawn in modern Japanese manga are not the realistic reflection of faces of women that are considered beautiful today , small eyes can be called a style of bijinga , and it does not seem to suggest that small eyes were especially favored in the Edo period .
en His finely honed sensibility seen in his " Okubie " ( large-head pictures ) was never limited to the beautification of the looks of actors and allowed no one else to imitate , and his refined original talent is seen in the elegant portrayal of " Bijinga " ( beautiful-woman pictures ) ,
en Danzaemon was given the authority to rule over the hinin , geinomin ( entertainers without permanent residence ) , some craftsmen and keiseiya ( brothels ) ( according to a bogus document , " History of Danzaemon " ) .
en In an essay published in the December 1978 edition of a periodical called " Art Top , " a philosopher Takeshi UMEHARA described the flowers-and-birds painting of Shoko UEMURA is a type of bijinga descended into the world of birds . '
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