In 1968 and 69 Haku Maki produced Poem 5 for Festive Wine. That image was a paradigm of clarity as to what the kanji or Woman ought to look like. It was a smoothe svelte character. Yet at this same time, he also did this print, a tall gangly woman. She looks as if she is askelter, not all “together”. Or is the left leg longer than the right one? The print itself is done in the Maki manner: Size 10.5 “ x 10.5”.
Maki used splashes on his prints to give dynamism to the field: sometimes just one, sometimes two. Here: a yellow and red splash and a Maki seal.
this copy has returned from the restorer in excellent condition with only a couple slight marks in the margin. as the photos show, a beautiful clean print that you will enjoy having in your collection
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for refere: a very early Woman and Big Red woman Not for Sale