Also known as the 'Hawaiian Net Fisher,' this powerful print was created by the elusive artist, Gill, during the early 1940's.
The art of the never fully identified artist, reflects a time period of Hawaiiana during which several artists began employing a method of air brush stenciling, through which layering of complex textures were achieved.
Unfortunately, as WWII unfolded, artist materials became of lesser quality and consequently few originals have been preserved.
With his stylized renditions of Hawaiian figures, this native of San Francisco charms today's viewer as much as those during his heydays!
20" x 28"