Rice plant with a poem of. It features embossed shapes of Kanji character. Specialized in mixed media according to Blakemore in Who's Who in Modern Japanese. Blakemore goes on to say - Two unique qualities of a Maki print are the. Textures achieved by working the designs in wet cement and the use of Chinese.
The cement on which the designs are inscribed can be. Worked deeply and precisely, creating prints that look very different from those. Maki passed away in 2000; as a result his prints are. Rapidly escalating in price and value as this talented artist will no longer be producing his. "Before the Shrine" - 8 3/4 inches tall X 6 3/4 inches wide; 22.2 cm tall X 17.1 cm wide.
Appear in the book: Festive wine : ancient Japanese poems from the Kinkafu, page. From a private collection of Texas, acknowledged among the notable collections of Haku Maki's work in the United States by Daniel Tretiak in'The Life and Works of Haku Maki. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "rosfri2012" and is located in this country: IL.
This item can be shipped to United States.