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 Frank Herold  ( - 1929)

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Brother Frank Herold
from Auction House Records.
The Eruption of Kilauea, The Island of Hawaii
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Marianist Brother Frank Herold lived in Honolulu and Wailuku for 45 years. An educator, Brother Frank taught at Saint Louis College in Honolulu and served as Principal of St Anthony School in Wailuku. He later served on the board of the Saint Louis College and The Child Welfare Board of Honolulu.

In his free time Brother Frank Herold painted local scenes of Hawaii and captured the beauty of the landscape.

Source: Shannon's Auction House, April 2005

Biography from Questroyal Fine Art, LLC:
Brother Frank Herold was a Christian missionary who taught religion while cultivating his interest in painting. Born in Dayton, Ohio, Brother Frank settled in Hawaii in 1883, teaching at the St. Louis College in Honolulu and serving as the Principal of the St. Anthony School in Wailuku. He devoted his remaining time to capturing the character of the Hawaiian landscape in paint, and he gained particular recognition for his awe-inspiring images of Hawaiian volcanoes. Followed in the tradition of Jules Tavernier, the leader of Hawaii’s Volcano School, Brother Frank depicted volcanic eruptions as brilliant spectacles of sublime beauty.

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