|Mokuaweoweo at the Top of Mauna Loa 1896, D.Howard Hitchcock|
|D. Howard Hitchcock, 1895, |
|Hawaiian Fishing Camp, 1913, D. Howard Hitchcock--not unlike what his grandfather might have seen when he arrived in the islands as a missionary in 1832.|
|The Outrigger, D. Howard Hitchcock|
|Halemaumau, Lake of Fire ca.1886-88, D. Howard Hitchcock, |
one of his earliest oils, before studying in Paris.
|City of Refuge, D. Howard Hitchcock|
|Kilauea's Halemaumau Crater, 1917 volcano eruption, D. Howard Hitchcock, |
a much more sophisticated work than his two earlier volcanoes (above).
|Lauhala, D. Howard Hitchcock|
|An untitled, undated, D. Howard Hitchcock coastal scene probably from the early 1900s.|
|A tidal basin, D. Howard Hitchcock|
|At Lanikai, 1938, D. Howard Hitchcock, |
the type of tropical island painting we've all come to know and love.
|Tora Tora Tora The Attack on Pearl Harbor|
Begins, Stu Shepherd--a view of the islands
Hitchcock could never have imagined.
|Waimea Canyon, 1836, D. Howard Hitchcock. |
As he grew older, Hitchcock's style became more impressionistic.