Paul Jacoulet, Japanese woodblock print, Snowflakes, Korea, 1956. This appealing study of three innocent looking Korean girls in the snow comes from the same series of drawings from the early 30s as No. 131, Vent du Nord. As Jacoulet was becoming increasingly ill and depressed, he returned to some of his lightest and most charming early works to find subjects for subscriber prints. Meanwhile, he was starting to make large key block drawings of the series of 120 completely new subjects that he had hoped would be his masterwork. He made the drawings, and selected the colors, but never live to complete the prints. Credit: The Prints Of Paul Jacoulet, by Richard Miles.