DE/DE04. Charlot, Archive of Hawaii Artists & Architects
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Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The personal papers of David Guy Asherman came to the University of Hawaii library together with the personal papers of Juliette May Fraser from their primary former residences. The collection contains biographical material and original outgoing and incoming personal correspondence. The bulk of the correspondence dates primarily from the 1960s. The collection also houses an extensive photo collection, most dealing with Fraser and Asherman in Greece during the 1962-63 time period. Asherman's...
Scope and Contents The collection includes 106 prints consisting of 92 different images (12 have two copies; one has three copies) as well as related correspondence between Varez and John P. Charlot. The majority of the prints depict Hawaiian mythology and traditions in a distinctive style that is widely recognized. Most of the prints in this collection have Hawaiian titles and are monochrome reddish-brown on beige paper; a few are in other earth tones. The correspondence consists of 18 letters, 16...
Scope and Contents The collection includes business and committee records, community activities, exhibitions, membership, meeting minutes, newsletter, publicity, Tech Talk, Treasurer reports and general information about digital art.
Identifier: 2016:501 (retro)
Scope and Contents The Dodie Warren Collection contains over 80 original fine art prints which demonstrate the artist's mastery of mezzotint and photogravure processes. There are also collaborative artist print portfolios, copper printing plates, and sketchbooks.
Overview Primarily a collection of personal letters from Isami Doi to his friend and mentor Alexander (“Sandy”) Blake concerning his life as an artist on Kauai and in New York and Paris. Supplemented by news clippings, articles, and exhibition catalogs concerning Doi and his art.
Overview Francis Haar was a prolific, highly regarded photographer, even before he left his home in Hungary to settle in Japan (1940-60) and then Hawai'i (1960-97), with transitions through Paris (1937-39) and Chicago (1956-59). The beauty and variety of his work is shown in Francis Haar: A Lifetime of Images (UH Press, 2001), an essential autobiographical source, edited by his son.Haar's photographs reveal both his own humanity, and also his abiding interest in the humanities - discovered...
Scope and Contents The Image Foundation documents are arranged into six main series. They are: business, events, exhibitions, grants, newsletters, and tax documents.Business series: Subseries are administration, annual reports, dissolution of the Foundation, and financial.Events series: Subseries are announcements, heiau project, lectures/presentations, portfolio, retreats, and workshops. There are some photographs and slides in this series.Exhibitions series: This series is...
Scope and Contents The Jean Charlot Collection is a major archive of documents and art works relating to the artist and writer Jean Charlot (1898 Paris-1979 Honolulu) and to those whom he came in contact over his long career in France, Mexico, the United States and the Pacific. Since the founding donation in 1981, the Collection has been considerably expanded by further gifts from his wife Zohmah Charlot, other family members, and from Charlot's collaborators, such as the important fine art printer Lynton Kistler...
Scope and Contents The John Dapper Collection is composed of his plans, drawings and designs for film and stage sets. There is also a series of framed watercolors depicting landscapes and buildings the artist created in Hawaii.