|Sunrise Over Diamond Head, 1888, Jules Tavernier|
|Camping in the Redwoods,|
|Tavernier was a rather scraggly-looking creature, well-suited for the |
American "wild" West, an excellent artist, but one with a weakness for the bottle.
|A Prairie Windstorm, 1874, Paul Frenzeny, Jules Tavernier.|
Getting there was half the fun!
|Red Cloud Camp, Watercolor, Jules Tavernier|
|The dates on Tavernier's works (when they're known at all) are somewhat "iffy." |
The style in his 1873 work is quite different than that of his later paintings.
|Day and night--Wailuku Falls, Hilo, ca. 1886, pastel on paper, |
and Tavernier's Volcano at Night.
|West Coast Indian Baskets, Jules Tavernier, |
from the California period.