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    Art Brokerage: Isami Doi American Artist: b. 1903-1965. Born at Ewa, on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian islands, Isami Doi moved with his family to the island of Kauai, and thereafter he considered Kalaheo, Kauai his home. Best known for his printmaking and his painting, Doi is considered by many to be one of the most significant Hawaiian artists of his time, and was one of the earliest island-born artists of the twentieth century to achieve an international reputation. Doi studied for two years at the University of Hawaii, went on to Columbia University for five years, and then continued his studies for a year in Paris. Aside from a brief visit back to Hawaii in 1934, Doi stayed in New York until 1938. He was a regular exhibitor at the Downtown Gallery in New York, first exhibiting there in 1929. He also had solo shows in Honolulu and San Francisco. When he returned to the islands, Doi taught printmaking, drawing, and metal work, as well as designing jewelry for the S. and S. Gumps store, a San Francisco firm which had opened a store in Honolulu in 1929, and later for Mings jewelers. He also frequently exhibited his art in group exhibits. A noteworthy example of his work is Niyogi and Flute (1939, oil on canvas, Honolulu Academy of Arts), a portrait of a musician, simply painted with a limited color palette and skillful brushwork. His first solo show at the Honolulu Academy of Arts took place in April 1929, and featured landscapes of the mountains of Kauai as well as fifteen prints. Listings wanted.

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