New entries, new materials, and additional photos regarding the works and writings of Jean Charlot. Corrections, minor textual changes, and other adjustments might be left out.
Most recent period of tasks began .
Most recent new entries completed .
Guerre 1918. New entry on new page for France.
Our Lady Star of the Sea. New entry.
Woman with Cradle. New page for existing entry without photos; photo found in newspaper.
St. Christopher. New photo scanned from newspaper.
Calvary. New photos.
Bachman Hall. New entry introducing its two murals with new photos.
Hawaiʻi Convention Center. New entry introducing two murals with new photos.
Night Hula. Added new photos and more information.
Chinese Rock. Added new photos.
Murals and Sculpture. Merger of the photos and information from the "Supplementary Photographs" page and the JCC "Murals and Sculptures" page is officially completed and now publicly available. Additional entries and photos have been added, too, and continue to be added.
Woman with Cradle. Portable fresco found on eBay. Permission acquired to use photos.
Jean Charlot Talking on Edward Weston. Converted text to PDF; appended index; linked index page numbers to location within PDF.
Updated links from all the images used throughout the website (Hawaiian Drummers, St. Brigid, etc.) leading to the newly released "Murals and Sculpture" pages.
Reorganized "Visual Arts" and "Works on Paper" and prepared for upcoming entries. Updated links.
"Recent Additions". New page. Added a link to it on the main TOC.
Revised main TOC for new link to "Recent Additions" page; updated to most recent styles for website for multidevice flexibility and improved legibility. Similarly revised other TOCs linked from main TOC.
Consolidated all TOCs into front page. Updated links for previous URLs.
Illustrations for Le Miroir des Heures. New entry, over 80 photos of drawings.
Illustrations for Contes à ma Sœur. New entry, with photos.
Juvenilia 1904. New entry, with over 160 photos.
Chemin de Croix dessiné et gravé sur bois de fil. New entry on "The Occupation of Germany".
The Jean and Zohmah Charlot House. New entry introducing a location with several artworks. Over 70 new photos combined from the JCC and an architectural blog (with permission).
The Negro in U.S. History. New entry.
Doors to Many Mansions (2016). Added this second edition to the current entry, and updated the related Episodes from the Life of Christ. Also updated the "Books and Booklets" page itself to current standards and styles (t.i. multidevice flexible and legible).
“Death God in Stone”. Amendment.
“The Art of the Maya”. New entry.
Evelyn Giddings. Evelyn Giddings: an oral history about her work with Jean Charlot. Eight interviews December 12, 2014–August 27, 2015. New entry.
Revised the "Books on Jean Charlot" page with most recent styles for flexibility and appearance.
Revised "Works on Paper" main page and all items in "Drawings" section of Mexico with most recent styles for flexibility and appearance, and new navigation links.
Revised all items in France section in "Works on Paper". This also completes the regularization of the France page.
Revised all items in "Washes & Gouaches" section of Mexico in "Works on Paper". This completes the regularization of all of "Works on Paper".
Four new entries.
Six new entries.
Three new entries and one new page.
"Drawings of twelve Apostles for title page of Chemin de Croix". New page with 13 photos.
"The Occupation of Germany".
L'Amitié. New page with 8 photos.
"Street sketches: disassembled sketchbooks" in Mexico: one new entry.
"Portrait drawings" in Mexico.
"Drawings of nudes" in Mexico. New page with four items moved from "Miscellaneous drawings".
"Drawings of Luz Jiménez" in Mexico.
"Miscellaneous drawings" in Mexico: four new entries.
"Yucatán" in "Washes & Gouaches" of Mexico: two new entries.
"Paintings of dances" in Mexico. New page with 25 photos.
John Charlot. Jean Charlot: Life and Work. Draft, 2017. Updates for the first volume, and several new PDFs for the second volume.
The "Books on Jean Charlot" page now has a target for each item so they can be referenced by URL as an alternative to sharing links to the documents. Documents have been renamed (and redirected) for URL friendliness.