Cogswell’s Model: J. T. Phillips, general manager of the Pacific Guano & Fertilizer Co., is anxious to know if the Hawaiian girl who posed for this painting by William Cogswell in 1892 is still living in Hawaii.—Star-Bulletin photo.
Rare Old Painting Found By Phillips in California
Another one of the works of William Cogswell, whose paintings of King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani are hung in Iolani palace, was discovered by J. T. Phillips, general manager of the Pacific Guano & Fertilizer Co., during his recent business trip to the coast. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU KULOKO.”]
Queen Liliuokalani purchased the portraits painted recently by Mr. Cogswell, for the price of under four thousand dollars. Continue reading
[Found under: “NU HOU HAWAII.”]
The painter Mr. Cogswell sent a letter to each of the members of the Legislature whether it is a good thing for the government to purchase the large portraits Continue reading
[Found under: “NA NU HOU HAWAII.”]
The Haole painter.—We were at Aliiolani Hale this past Tuesday to see first-hand the painting of Mr. Cogswell of the full image of the Alii, the King, and his work was truly skilled. Continue reading
The large standing portraits of the deceased King along with Queen Liliuokalani that the haole painter W. Cogswell Continue reading
HULA DANCE ON CANVAS.
A Series of Pictures of Native Hawaiians on Exhibition.
W. Cogswell, a well-known portrait-painter on the Pacific Coast, has on exhibition at the artrooms of Sanborn, Vall & Co. a series of ten pictures of native Hawaiians in their historical dance. Mr. Cogswell has been in Honolulu for the past two years Continue reading