Shujin was born in the 32nd year of the Meiji era (1899).
He studied painting under Yasuda Yukihiko and Arai Kanpo.
Shujin was accepted for the Inten Exhibitions more than three times so that he was ordained Inyu (Member) of the Nihon Bijutsu-In.
Shujin also became a core member of the Kegon-Sha and created pieces of works.
After the Second World War, he was accepted for the Nitten Exhibition.
In his later years, Shujin was strongly influenced by Ryokan (1758-1831), Buddhistic priest of Soto-Shu Sect, poet & calligrapher at the latter part of the Edo period.
Shujin was good at drawing child's paintings.
Highest Value = about US$ 55 hundred
There are a little noticeable spots to some extent on the drawing part.
Some faint spots and stains on the mounting part are also recognized.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not so bad.
Japanese paper fans (Sensu) are painted well.
A horse toy is expressed on the surface of the fan.
Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.