This makes him one of the most prolific Japanese print makers of his day. Yet he did not keep a running list of the prints as he made them. Moreover, there is no catalogue raisonné of his work. Artist: Haku Maki (1924 - 2000). Signature: Signed in Pencil Lower Right Haku Maki.
Size Overall w/ Frame: 13.5 x 18.25. Image Area: 7.25 x 10.75. Condition: Print is framed in a silver painted frame with a white mat.Print looks to be in very good condition under glass, but has not been examined out of the frame. Print is signed by the artist Haku Maki - numbered 24/102 and titled Poem 69-12 in the lower margin. Print has the Haku Maki red imprint in print lower right. This print is a good example of his unique printing technique, using cement to give a strong embossed texture. Print has a blue textured background with a yellow sun, black stick figure imagery and a green abstract dot in the image. This and his use of Chinese characters, or kanji as a central motif are what he first became known for. In this print the kanji is in Japanese characters.
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The item "Scarce Haku Maki Cement Relief Print Titled Poem 69 12" is in sale since Friday, March 29, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "destunk" and is located in Amityville, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.