Artworks

Introduction

Hawaiian Drummers.  Jean Charlot.  May 5, 1950.  Fresco, 6 ft wide × 4 ft high.  Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.  Photographs: Hal Lum, full image and details.

Credits

Early Contacts of Hawaiʻi with Outer World.  Jean Charlot.  August 9–November 26, 1966.  Fresco, total area 98 ft wide × 9 ft high in two sections.  First National Bank (now First Hawaiian Bank), Waikīkī Branch, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.  Photograph: Hal Lum.

Books and Booklets

Massacre in the Main Temple.  Jean Charlot.  October 2, 1922–January 31, 1923.  Fresco, 26 ft wide × 14 ft high.  Stairway, west court, Escuela Nacional Preparatoria (now Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso), Mexico, D.F.  Photograph: Bob Schalkwijk.

Poésie/Poetry

Two Color Studies for Parish Mural Project, Processional: The Sunny Side, The Shadow Side.  Jean Charlot.  1920.  Gouache on paper, pasted onto board; the board for each study is divided into three sections that fold onto each other.  Whole board 85 12 in wide × 10 14 in high, painting 84 14 in wide × 10 14 in high.  Jean Charlot Collection, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.  Photographs: Marcia Rickard.

Books and Writings on Jean Charlot

Life of St. Bridget.  Jean Charlot.  April 2–May 13, 1939.  Oil on canvas, two panels each 16 12 ft wide × 6 34 ft high.  Apsidal side walls, St. Brigid Church, Peapack, New Jersey.  Finished in situ August 29–September 1, 1939.  Photographs: Church of St. Brigid.

The Jean and Zohmah Charlot House

Fresco, sculptures, and tiles by Jean Charlot, The Jean and Zohmah Charlot House, 4956 Kāhala Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.
Darren Bradley's photos are copyright by Darren Bradley; originally from Modernist Architecture: "The Jean Charlot Residence"; used with permission.

Website

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