The “storm of Suma” famous for the Tale of Genji is drawn.
The lower part of clouds is smeared away black so that a storm may be shown, and it is being underlined also with many lines showing a strong wind, and the pine has broken.
It seems that a wave is rude and all pounce toward the shore.
Although there is almost no motion in expression, behavior is conscious of wind and rain firmly.
It is a picture which disorder of clothes is also reproduced, is and feels a feeling of a lively motion, and a feeling of tension.