The Taigado gafu is among the rarest and most poetic of Nanga printed albums. The copyists were selecting from various scrolls painted by Taiga, but one in the Hosokawa Collection, Tokyo, is almost certainly the model on which this album was based.
For another impression, see Jack Hillier, The Japanese Picture Book: A selection from the Ravicz Collection (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1991), pls. 5, 8, and no.6, pp. 20--21.