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File:Kamehameha I, portrait by James Gay Sawkins.jpg

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Artist
James Gay Sawkins; after
Title
Kamehameha I
Description
Portrait of Kamehameha III based on the original life depiction by Louis Choris. The painting was done by James Gay Sawkins in 1850 and is apparently the only historical one that depicts the king in the ʻahu ʻula. It hangs in the Grand Hall of Iolani Palace.
Date 1850
Medium painting
Iolani Palace
Source/Photographer

en:Wikipediaen:Image:Kamehamehaportrait.jpg21:50, 6 Jul 2004 . . Gerald Farinas (40658 bytes)

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Date/TimeThumbnailDimensionsUserComment
current18:37, 22 Oketopa 2016Thumbnail for version as of 18:37, 22 Oketopa 20161,450 × 1,795 (228 KB)KAVEBEAR
00:30, 27 Pēpuere 2014Thumbnail for version as of 00:30, 27 Pēpuere 2014767 × 960 (60 KB)Amadscientistsuperior image
05:04, 11 Āperira 2005Thumbnail for version as of 05:04, 11 Āperira 2005396 × 583 (40 KB)竹麦魚(Searobin)Kamehameha I from en:Wikipediaen:Image:Kamehamehaportrait.jpg21:50, 6 Jul 2004 . . Gerald Farinas (40658 bytes)Kamehameha the Great painting from the Hawaii State Archives{{PD}}

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