Hasei was born in Seto City of Aichi Prefecture in the 32nd year of the
Meiji era (1899).
Because Seto City was famous as a production area of Japanese pottery, Hasei entered the Seto School of Earthen Ware, but he dropped out the school and entered the National Laboratory of Pottery and Porcelain in Kyoto.
At about this point, he started teaching himself Japanese-style painting.
In 1920, he was accepted for the second Teiten Exhibition for the first time.
In 1938, he participated in establishing the Chukyo Bijutsu-In.
In 1948, he established the Seiju-Sha, research association of Japanese paintings.
Hasei was good at painting landscapes.
There are faint spots to some extent on the painting part.
Although, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
A view of skirts of mountain in the spring is painted well in the Japanese painting style.