Suzuki Kiitsu became an apprentice to Edo Rimpa school master Sakai Hōitsu, and eventually developed his own Rimpa style. His works have captivated art lovers such as Ernest Fenollosa and Charles Lang Freer, and were quickly introduced in museums abroad. Although famous in the United States as one of the foremost painters of the Rimpa school, the details and records of his life remain shrouded in mystery. What kind of painter was he? Here are some of his most famous paintings in a variety of styles, as well as some of his rarer works.