Trailer for the movie Yumeji by Seijun Suzuki (1991).
Takehisa Yumeji (竹久夢二, 1884–1934) was an artist of the Taisho era (大正時代, 1912-1926) in Japan. His paintings are very popular today; they are easy to find as prints and on postcards, stationery and apparel in almost any well-stocked department store or book shop. The last time I was in Japan, I bought several little sets of postcards and pens decorated with his melancholy, slender lady portraits.
There are at least four museums devoted to his works, in Okayama (his hometown), Tokyo (which also exhibits other artists such as Kasho Takabatake), Gunma (link goes to gallery) and Kanazawa.