A Japanese-style painter of the Tokyo circle. He participated in the foundation of the Nihon Bijutsuin (Japan Visual Arts Academy), and promoted the advanced Japanese-style paintings with the new original technique ‘Moro-tai (painting without outlines)’.
1929 India ink on silk, frame 69.4*115.0 cm
Light in Spring (Sea of Leafage)
1946 India ink on paper, hanging scroll 69.2*101.0 cm
Pines and Cranes
color on gold-decorated paper, a pair of Six-fold screens
left(SHIMOMURA Kanzan）174.0*369.0 cm
right(YOKOYAMA Taikan）174.5*369.0 cm