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All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Pre 1990 item #1279054 (stock #141227)
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2000.00 rnb
peking opera
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Art Deco : Pre 1990 item #1127290
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complimentary
persimmons galore 81-3 added * means I own it
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Art Deco : Pre 1990 item #1202566 (stock #130523)
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exhibition
Tanaka Ryohei (b. 1933) is drawn to a wide range of subjects, particularly Japanese houses, shrines, temples, farmhouses, large, weathered trees, and winding lanes, but earlier in his career and occasionally in more recent years he has concentrated on a single piece of fruit or a roots, on segments of trees, tree branches and bark...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Art Deco : Pre 1990 item #1197231 (stock #130418)
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In the early 1980s Haku Maki produced this unusual print. It has a kanji bottom margin (Mountain and Water) and is only slightly embossed. It is as if he started to do a lithograph and then decided to emboss it a bit It is a modest size print and not spectacular. By the time he did this print Maki had finished with embossed kanji and ceramics and was heading toward less compelling work. The design here is interrupting the abstract part for Mountain is also OK...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Art Nouveau : Pre 1990 item #1199692 (stock #130506)
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End Haku Maki tried to work until he died; the last images were not pretty. They were printed first on very thin paper, which was then “wrapped” around heavy shinkishi board. They are lithographs not done from wood blocks. From the late -`1980s Maki had stopped doing embossed prints burning instead to collages ad lithographed prints. These are among his last prints: \ As was Kyowa brand Shikishi board is made in Japan...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Pre 1980 item #1140614
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In 1976 Maki did three pairs of prints in which the black and white were reversed. One set is shown here the cement blocks were used to print the white on black, then cleaned to do black on white these were done in such in such themes as Mind Wind and Cloud these are strong sweepings images in rather large prints. The two Wind images here are typical of the type. They are all about 15” x 20 “ and in editions of 150.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Pre 1980 item #1226007 (stock #131108)
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1999.00 rmb
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Art Nouveau : Pre 1980 item #1290682 (stock #150327)
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for reference
Big Green shows 4 moving figues a simiaar images is in the us in the kas frane but is but 3 moving figres I think these were not frequent uses for Maki Poem 71-84
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Pre 1980 item #1098002
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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...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Pre 1980 item #1204037 (stock #20130603)
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On studying this print, I was challenged by what Maki meant. Did he not get it right when he gave us a black sun? It looks so dark and foreboding even on the sunny wall in our residence in Beijing. If not a black sun, what color? The ranges are shown above. Or because the theme is a rather dark weapon, did he actually mean to do a dark image? one friend has said Maki would not do a war like image he did here
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Pre 1980 item #1230658 (stock #131208)
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If the Master could do a Seat . series in the 1960s he must have decided to do a Sink series in 1972 -- a small image first in 1972 and then finishing off the year with a larger image with the same theme sink 72 101 I sink L
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Original Posters : Pre 1980 item #1030398
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continued the last two panels show the same kanji for Rising in two different designs. Maki seemed to have liked this theme. Big Red is Poem 71-50; it was preceded by Poem 70-48 a smaller print. These are shown below *
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Haku Maki was a well-known Japanese print maker of the second half of the 20th century About 20 of his work was called Big Red and a few Big Blue or Big Green. This is one of the rare big blue prints. By my reckoning he did about three true Big Blues, this is one of the 3. Until this true image appeared I only knew of a catalogue image which we enhanced into a nice blue here in Beijing. This is the Real Deal...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Pre 1980 item #1153928
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sold
xlnt condition no mark chen mingyuan style
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Haku Maki print Poem 71-9 (woman) xx
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Chinese : Pre 1980 item #1183253
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$12000.00
gu meizin a well known late 20th centry teapot maker
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Cultural : Pre 1980 item #1238565 (stock #140208)
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3000.00 rmb
wei huabang
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Not for sale
This Maki Big Red has the Kanji (Chinese character) for Flower as its theme. The Flower is red and strong; it is set off by a black Sun to the right. A blue tear balances the sun on the left. Maki’s seal in red ink paste, is below the tear, also at the left. Although Maki himself printed this image, the ink looks as if it was layered on by hand. This is 133/154; Print size is about 11” x 18”. We note: the paper in this print is smooth, it does not have the moon-surface effect...