KOMURO Suiun was an artist who from the mid-Meiji period (1868-1912) contributed to furthering the art of Nanga.* Depictions of mountains, flowing water, flowers, and birds, often using ink, are common motifs found in Nanga, emulating a style originating in China. In this piece, Komuro portrays a rural village in spring. Flowers in full bloom and the suggestion of a faint breeze bring to life the refreshing spirit of spring in this tableau.


  • Title: Village in Spring
  • Creator: KOMURO Suiun
  • Physical Dimensions: 142 x 86 cm (56 x 337/8in)
  • Medium: Painting

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