Maruyama Okyo
Eizo Maruyama, who was active in Kyoto during the latter half of Edo, was a person who predominantly succeeded in the style of “drawing” that depicts the beauty of nature and things as they are, while incorporating techniques of Chinese painting and Western painting. ..
The delicate and familiar style of the painting completely changed the view of Japanese painting, which used to be the Kano school until then, and established the Maruyama school which was the origin of the modern Kyoto art.