Haku Maki Signed 1975 “San Mon Ban 65” Woodblock Tree Print
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A 1975 woodblock print by Japanese artist Haku Maki (1924-2000). Signed and titled San Mon Ban 65 to the lower right corner, this work is also numbered 9/200 to the lower left corner. The background of the composition is silver in color with a tree central to the composition. The leaves of the tree are a metallic orange with a brown trunk. A red chopmark is located to the left of the tree. The print is displayed in a black wooden frame and an off-white double mat.
Haku Maki was a prolific Japanese artist of the 20th century. His birth name was Maejima Tadaaki but he selected the name Haku Maki in the late 1950s to go by. Many museums have Maki's work in their collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Portland Art Museum, Cincinnati Museum of Art, and the Cleveland Art Museum.
9.25” W x 11.25” H x 1.25” D (frame), 5.25” W x 7.5” H (sight).
Some scuffs and scrapes to frame. Age appropriate wear.
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