Kurt Schwitters (German: 1887-1948), Pariser Frühling, 1936. Collage, oil and wood on plywood 60.1x 49.6 cm.
~Adolph Gottlieb~ Blast 1 (1957)
Haku Maki 1924-2000 - Work 73 - 25 (Space) - 1973
Haku Maki was a grand old master of abstract modern Japanese printmaking. He introduced many innovative design elements such as deeply textured embossing or distorted Chinese characters. The artist’s reputation is international.
Haku Maki was a student of Koshiro Onchi. Today he is one of the grand old masters of abstract modern Japanese printmaking and the influence of Koshiro Onchi is obvious. Haku Maki has a few characteristic design elements - deep embossing and the use of distorted Chinese characters. The artist’s reputation is international. Haku Maki uses mixed media and woodblock techniques.
Installation views of Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
© Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS) Photos: Fredrik Nilsen
harry holtzman - untitled (1983)