Drawings by ‘zui, Maruyama 円山応瑞
Maruyama ‘zui, was the eldest son and pupil of Maruyama ‘kyo (1733-1795), founder of the leading Kyoto painting school. He adopted ‘shin, son of his brother ‘ju as his son. In the 1790s he was commissioned to paint some of the fusuma (sliding doors) for the restauration of the imperial palace in Kyoto. He followed his father's style faithfully.