Diamond Head Hawaii painting, oil on canvas, Lillian Buin 1895. Not every Hawaiian day is a blue sky day. Paintings capturing the stormy skies over diamond head are few and far between. This one, from 1895 by Lillian Buin offers the moodiness one would expect with rough seas, intense clouds and white light on puffy clouds interspersed with grey. The surfers who go out at Waikiki surf in the shadow of Diamond Head and will experience it from this vantage point on blistery days.
The paper on the back states that this painting won 1st prize at Topsfield Fair, located in Essex County, one of the oldest fairs in the country as well as the artists home address in Danvers, MA. Offered as found in original wood frame with taped paper on reverse. Frame shows wear from age as shown in images, painting is in good original condition. This diamond head Hawaii painting, oil on canvas by Lillian Buin 1895 is in its original frame measuring 25.75 inches wide x 18 inches high x 3 inches deep. The image opening measures 19.75 inches wide x 11.75 inches high.