Available works by: Haku Maki  Japanese (1924 - 2000)  

Born in Asomachi, Ibaraki prefecture, in 1924, Haku Maki 巻 白 served in the WWII before becoming a high school teacher in 1950. Around this time he began to produce his mixed media-prints. While his process began with carving a woodblock, he would the add cement around the carved areas. Once the cement had dried, he would carve over his original lines. This process produced the deep embossing so characteristic of his works. In terms of subject matter, Maki explored abstracted Chinese characters, though also ceramics and persimmons later in life. After 1960, he began to add spots of color to his compositions. A master of modern Japanese abstract printmaking, Maki's work can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the British Museum.

Haku Maki : Collection - 6 at Davidson Galleries

Haku Maki (1924 - 2000)

Collection - 6

Medium: Color mixed relief print
Edition : 3/203
Signature: Signed
Size: 5 x 5 inches
Stock Number: 49653c
Price: $625.00

Haku Maki : Poem 3 at Davidson Galleries

Haku Maki (1924 - 2000)

Poem 3

Medium: Woodcut
Year: 1969
Edition : 69/111
Signature: Signed
Size: 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches
Stock Number: 47584c
Price: $325.00

Haku Maki : Work - MU- 2 at Davidson Galleries

Haku Maki Japanese (1924 - 2000)

Work - MU- 2

Medium: Relief print with embossing
Year: 1960
Edition : 17/50
Signature: Signed in pencil
Size: 16 x 10 1/2 inches
Description: Rare early print
Condition: Slightly toned and faded, tape residual tape stain top and bottom margin
Stock Number: 50139c
Price: $1800.00