‘Kahuku Plantation Camp House’ by Pauahi Clark
Oil on canvas
A rare piece by this highly-regarded artist!
Provenance: From a Hawaii Collection
Measures 16″ x 12″ artwork alone, 24 1/2″ x 20 1/2″ framed.
Signed lower left.
Condition: MINT. Framed.
**If you are interested in this item, PLEASE CONTACT US at 808-227-2931 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and accurate shipping rates to your location.
About the artist:
Born in Honolulu in 1916, Pauahi Wodehouse Clark was the great granddaughter of Governor A. S. Cleghorn (and Princess Kaiulani’s father) and was raised in Kohala on the Big Island. She studied painting for twenty-five years under several private instructors on the mainland and Greece. The artist remarked that only after being away from Hawaii did she realize how unique the Island’s beauty is. Her aim was to create art which captures “the Hawaii that was.” Pauahi died on January 7, 2006 at 89 years old.