All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Pre 1990 item #1378395 (stock #UH80071)
L'Asie Exotique
$1,200.00
Japanese Contemporary Hanakago, a wall hanging bamboo basket made for Ikebana, the art of flower arranging, titled “Mt. Fuji Shaped Basket”, by the acclaimed Osaka basket artist Suemura Shobun (1917-2000)...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Pre 1980 item #1371995 (stock #4A)
Two(2) Japanese natural Bamboo wall hangers with brass hook, 22" high, 2 1/2" wide, 1/2" thick bamboo, for display floral arrangement or any object. The condition is good.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Pre 1980 item #1371993 (stock #4A)
Three(3) Japanese natural Bamboo wall hangers, for Ikebana or Bonsai floral arrangement or just simply hanging object, with brass or curved bamboo hook for hanging, large-38" high, 3 1/2" wide, medium-27" high, 2 3/4" wide, small-21 1/2" high, 3" wide bottom, the condition is good. Will sell all three(3) for $45.00 or each individual pieces: large-$25.00, medium-$20.00, small-$15.00, please inquire.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Pre 1960 item #1370116 (stock #4A)
Japanese natural Bamboo large Mat, for display object or dolls, 30" long, 5" wide, 1/2" diameter for each Bamboo stripes, all natural material. The condition is little worn on the bottom area.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Pre 1970 item #1370115 (stock #4A)
Two(2) japanese blonde color Bamboo Mats for display objects or dolls, 14" x 8" wide, 3/4" high, condition is good.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Contemporary item #1368665 (stock #311)
haku maki guest research note 4 xx
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Contemporary item #1366490 (stock #170926)
Haku Maki Guest research note 3
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1990 item #1366441 (stock #06147)
The frame size: 16 1/16" Long x 12 1/2" High
The etching image size without little margin : 9 3/4" Long x 7" High
The title: Gokurakuji-temple
Artist: Norikane Hiroto (1949-)
Medium: Original Etching
Signed by artist: Lower right in pencil, H. Norikane
Edition Numbered : 114/150 in pencil lower left
. The year made: 1988
The condition frame and Etching: Excellent.
We supply our COA (certificate of authenticity)...
Some time ago one Connie Elrod offered me a set of the Maki zodiac in a formwat never seen before or since...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Metalwork : Pre 1970 item #1273698 (stock #4A167E)
Japanese black Lacquer on Metal for four(4) panel 33" high screen Hangers, some scratches on black lacquer finish.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1970 item #1247656 (stock #140426)
The Tretiak Collection
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Maki Poem Z a Heart by any other name Maki began to use this theme early in his artistic life the character was normally vertical summits horizontal but this is the only time it was at an angle from the center and seemingly lacking in one stroke Hence it is an unusual design and intellectually challenging. Its meaning is not immediately evident even to the literati My curator in Beijing figured it out when she was opening the package and tilted it a bit. The print is large and subtle...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1980 item #1237640 (stock #140201)
The Tretiak Collection
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Work 73-56 L (fish). This is the second of Maki’s three huge prints that I have owned. This is Work 73-56 L (fish). Several aspects of this image are intriguing. My archive of Maki prints reveals that Maki produced over 100 different images in 1973. I have been able to account for many of them: 1 to 50 and 99 to 110. I had never known what went in the middle. Now I know at least one was work 73-56, the third huge print that Maki did. It is 3 x 6 feet...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1980 item #1237184 (stock #140128)
The Tretiak Collection
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poem 72-44 34/103 12 " x 15"
The Tretiak Collection
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I call this set of images The Zodiac but Maki formally called this Animal Song + the animal name in kanji. The actual prints here are Animal Song. Red Lantern Gallery in Kyoto distributed them. 1968. In 1968 Haku Maki was commissioned by Red Lantern Gallery in Kyoto to produce the 12 animals of he Zodiac in a series entitled Animal Song. My research note 3 described this set briefly. This is an enhanced version...
Late in life he. circa 1999, Japanese master printmaker, Haku Maki, did this shikishiban print It is called Z1 - 12 (WAZA); 7.25'' x 8.25''; Shikishiban is a nearly square format. Shikishiban are often mounted on a thick, light cardboard. Japanese people like to give them as presents. The print is in the US and will be shipped fiom there.
The Tretiak Collection
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In 1968 Haku Maki completed his Animal Song series. It was 12 different prints, one for each year of the Chinese/Japanese zodiac. Each print had the title Animal Song and the kanji for the animal, which was not translated. This print, Animal Song [dragon], 14/50, is a beautiful Maki red. The dragon of the image is a very traditional Chinese character for dragon. In this print Maki used the theme dragon for the first time. This dashing abstract kanji seems to almost swirl out of the paper...
The Tretiak Collection
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dramatic kanji sun and splash This small Maki print epitomizes the Maki style at its height; the kanji streaks across the print, now it is blue now it is black; there is a strong black sun and a sharp yellow plash and the Maki seal. Yet it is not crowded. The maki seal at the right is a roll, the Maki of his name.