Dogs from Europe1941 164.0×183.0 cm（each）
On the right is a black and white spotted Borzoi, and on the left are two greyhounds.
The painting's name in Japanese, Token, refers to imported dogs. The lustrousness of the Borzoi's fur is reflected in the gold tinged background, and it goes well with the deep red of the tree peonies.
Summer Evening1941 108.1×127.5 cm
A beautiful harmony of white is woven together in this work, between the whiteness of the moonflowers floating in the twilight and the equally ivory fox resting on the ground.
It also demonstrates another wonderful harmony, that between a realism learned from the Shijo School and the grace of Kansetsu. It evokes both a clear fragrance and cool dignity.