Nishiyama Suisho (1879-1958) was a Japanese-style painter active from the Taisho to Showa periods. His real name was Uzaburo. He studied Japanese painting under Takeuchi Seiho in 1893, and from the following year he won many prizes at various exhibitions and expositions, becoming famous as a student of Seiho along with fellow students Nishimura Goun and Hashimoto Sekisetsu.
He served as a professor at Kyoto E-sen and as the principal of the school. He also founded the private school Seikosha, which produced such artists as Impression Domoto, Daizaburo Nakamura, and Shoko Uemura. He devoted himself to teaching younger artists.