In 1970 the famous collector of Japanese art Felix Juda commissioned Haku Maki to produce at least 3 different sets cards for greening and thanks. We show three below The 4th image may have been one such card or a small print I have owned it for many years and am still studying it The ones done for Juda varied in attractiveness The green one is vintage Maki; good design good color and good composition It is only 5” x 5” but packs a wallop It shows the kanji for Stone (pronounced To in Japanese) with a small yellow sun added for oomph It is the functional equivalent of a splash The balance and integrity of the print are clear. The other Juda collection images vary from bizarre to plain. The one with four different images shows a pair or pursed lips an eye and what? The other shows what I think can be a fishhook How many other images did Maki do for Juda? Felix Juda collected many works by the famous Onchi Koshiro who of course was Maki’s first and only teacher. The student honored the teacher by doing this series for the teacher’s fan, Juda. I believe all were done in 1970 or thereabouts. They have the style of that year even as they were not dated. The little blue at the right is also untitled, it may have been done for Juda too It shows a crescent moon and two kanji -- nice balance, nice composition, The last 3 may also be from Juda Collection but I am not certain. Juda (1909 – 1997) was a senior investment director of Sutro & Co. of Los Angeles , where he was born and died.