Haku Maki Poem 71 - 25 63/100
This primt is the cover image of my book ,The life and works of Haku Maki I have never offered it for sale. the Front edicts Maki’s rendering of I or Me It is a bold big Red the red is embossed on a black ink field this print is 20 ‘ x 30” after being restored in the US by Michael Minckler it is in very good shape there is a ccrease onthe front only visible from the back The pint has great red kanji...
well with r without frame
Haku Maki did quite a number of prints using persimmon as a main theme Probably well over 100 He also began doing prints with ceramics around 1980 He probably did more than 100 ceramics theme prints. But the two there only came together in the persimmon and blue vase print shown here (and in an equally rare one with a persimmon and a strikingly beautiful yellow vase,)
“This persimmon and vase print was done in the mid-70s and is quite rare: I have only seen the one shown here...
Razzia has created a wonderful poster for Cohiba cigars, the noted Cuban cigar manufacturer. Pen signed by the artist, the poster is linen backed, measures 43" x 59" and is in excellent condition. THE POSTER HAS BEEN SOLD.
one of Maaki’s favorite themes was the image show ; some outstanding ones are shown in the listing, ‘I reckon Maki did about 25 different prints with the theme Child. Several little child can be seen swimming in the image in frame 9 the child in the right of this list panel is the image imprinted in the cover to Festive Wine, to which Maki contributed 21 images in 1969
Travel to Bourgogne is another of the fine vintage travel posters created in the 1940's by the French Railway. The poster is linen backed, measures 24" x 39" and is in excellent condition.
This is an original poster for the 1955 performance of the Faust opera. The poster is linen backed, measures 34" x 47" and is in excellent condition.
In the period 1966 67 Haku Maki did two large series with Song as the theme
There was Flower Song, series of 10 different prints. There was Animal Song which was Maki’s Asian Zodiac series, with 12 images It was also a small series with small editions – 50 in the case of Animal Song (released in Kyoto so very hard to find: only one friend ahs the full set), I do not know who has the full set of Flower Song.
Equally rare is Moon Song...
This is a small poster for the Czech railroad created circa 1910 by J.B. The poster is linen backed, measures 25" x 19" and is in excellent condition.
Title: Me he de Comer esa Tuna
Year of Poster: 1970s
Actor/Artist/Director: Manuel Lopez Ochoa, Paula Cusi, Carlos Bracho, Jorge Vargas, dir. Alfredo Zacharias
Country of Poster: Mexican
Country of Film: Mexican
Size: 37 x 26 inches = 94 x 66 cm
Condition: Very Good, separations at seams
Turkish release lithograph one sheet movie poster .
Sergio Ciani (billed as Alan Steel) is actually Captain Hercules in this rousing, Italian-made he-man marathon in which he fights the evil Black Pirate and Rodrigo, one of the governor's ruthless advisors while trying to win the hand of the governor's beautiful daughter. Will his sweaty labors earn him the love he deserves? This is one pirate film with muscles? With Rosalba Neri, Piero Lulli. AKA: "Hercules And The Black Pirate."
Chanson d'Amour is a gorgeous poster created by Georges Dola, the master artist of operetta posters. The music for this bittersweet love story was composed by Franz Schubert. The poster is in excellent condition and measures 31" x 47."
In 1971 Haku Maki Japanese Master print-maker was at the height of his creative powers He had already done several “big” prints and turned his skills to producing a dramatic prints, This Big Blue was one. It depicts a war instrument, a halberd Makli created this design so that it showed how character was written. He showed us how the stroke order flowed on a woodblock print...
One of a series of Orient Express posters created by Fix-Masseau. A waiter is prepared to pour champagne for a customer in the luxurious dining car. The poster is linen backed, measures 12" x 19" and is in excellent condition.
Skiers head down the slopes on this circa 1950's Swiss ski poster that is linen backed, measures 25" x 40" and is in excellent condition.
Bernard Villemot (1911-1989) was one of the finest French poster artists. This poster was his last creation prior to his death in 1989. Villemot had the ability to reduce all messages to simple lines and bold colors, which, combined with an engaging charm, set the just-so-right mood for sale of the product. In this spectacular poster, a woman elevates her leg next to a man's elevated shoe. The poster is linen backed, measures 46" x 64," and is in excellent condition.
In 1976 Haku Maki did his 8 volume San Mon Ban a total of 96 different embossed images These included many items Maki had just used, would use soon and used later I first show images of two prints like those in San Mon Ban but slightly larger...
The kanji for Peach appears in the uppper right of the print. 17 of 24
Haku Maki was one of the grand masters of the Sosaku-hanga print movement. Maki Haku Ž†°× (1924-2000) is the artistic name of Maejima Tadaaki, who was born in Ibaraki Prefecture. He had no formal art training, but was guided by the s¨saku hanga leading artist Onchi
Koshiro 1891-1955). Maki Haku is best known for his abstract-calligrapic prints...