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Woodblock-print chart of titles,
dates, and comments

After his “100 Views” was completed late in 1940, Koizumi prepared an idiosyncratic list of cryptic comments or captions about each print to accompany the full, marketed set. Often whimsical and sometimes just strange, these occasionally shed unexpected light on his choice of subjects.

The original woodblock print chart of print titles, dates, and comments by Koizumi accompanied publication of the completed series in 1942.
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