Adorn you walls with this beautiful gold wash and ink print by Suzuki Shonen, exclusively from 1000 Museums and the Chazen Museum of Art!
Suzuki Shonen was a professional painter of Kyoto who specialized in landscape. He was the son of a painter and became head of the Northern Division of Kyoto Prefecture Painting School in 1881, when he was only 32. His career prospered and he went on to win prizes at many later Meiji-era domestic and international competitions. Shonen’s best known subjects are landscapes, kacho-e (birds, flowers, insects), pine trees, and some traditional and Buddhist subjects.
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Suzuki Shonen (Japanese, 1849-1918), Untitled (Flycatcher in Pine Trees with Peonies), 1894, ink, color, and gold wash on silk mounted in wood frame, gift of Joan B. Mirviss, 2013.50.1