Bijin-ga 美人画

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Courtesan Ochie from the Koise

$175.00 *
Old price $565.00

Naniwaya Okita

$122.00 *
Old price $225.00

Woman blowing a pinwheel

$172.00 *
Old price $397.00

Bijin combing her hair

$172.00 *
Old price $397.00

Beauty under Mosquito Netting

$125.00 *
Old price $305.00

Beauty and Mirror by Eisen (1790 - 1848)

$125.00 *
Old price $305.00

Courtesan and Lamp Toyokuni III/Kunisada

$435.00 *
Old price $1,014.00
In stock

Beauty and Mirror Stand

$162.00 *
Old price $465.00

Actor Iwai Kumesaburô III as Hanazaki

$309.00 *
Old price $856.00
In stock

Girl with a Doll by

$132.00 *
Old price $335.00

Accident

$109.00 *
Old price $174.00

Original Chikanobu (1838 - 1912)

$368.00 *
Old price $580.00

Cooking - Children's Customs and Manners

$132.00 *
Old price $584.00

Kodomo asobi こども

$132.00 *
Old price $584.00

Woman practicing shamisen

$149.00 *
Old price $436.00

Two Musashi women

$149.00 *
Old price $436.00
In stock

Makura-e Utagawa Kunisada

$123.00 *
Old price $365.00

Makura-e Utagawa Kunisada

$123.00 *
Old price $365.00

Moon in Musashi Province by Masanobu

$149.00 *
Old price $436.00
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Bijin-ga  美人画

 

Bijin-ga wood carvings in Japan or ukiyo-e, beautiful women

 

Bijin-ga is a Japanese word used to describe the engravings made in wood in Japan or ukiyo-e, of beautiful women who were created for the people, these Japanese engravings represented to waitresses geishas and courtesans of the pleasure districts, but presentadss with great beauty.

Because of its beauty today, the Bijin-ga are very popular with the original Japanese engravings for their color and as an investment that is enjoyed daily by watching an original Japanese engraving in an important part of our house.