Product Description*Limited Edition Offset Lithographs of original graphite drawings printed on cream archival stock. (Shipped flat) (*Limited edition of 500, plus some artist proofs) (Only Artist’s Proofs left.)
10″ h x 6″ w
At the foot of the Kohala mountains, on the shores of Kawaihai, stands the “Temple of the Lonely One”, Pu’ukohola. This huge stone edifice stands today as a monument to the might and power of King Kamehameha the First.
In 1991, the 200th anniversary of its construction was celebrated by the gathering of the first Na Koa or Hawaiian Regiment, seen in Hawaii in almost the last two centuries. Dressed in malos, dog tooth and boar tusk arm and leg guards and armed with 18 foot spears or lava stone clubs – they are the guardians of the past, keepers of an almost forgotten art of war.