Ogata Kenzan, Korin’s younger brother, worked with Korin on combining their art. Kenzan typically followed traditional Chinese art styles. He is most famous for his pottery in which either he himself or Korin painted.
Kenzan wrote this poem to go along with the painting shown on the left:
“Flowers, even wild flowers,
Bewitched by their color and fragrance
The mist of the fields emulates them” (Swann).
Kenzan's ceramics with Korin's paintings are shown on the right.