• vintage Hawaiian artist Eugene Savage






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    Savage was bestowed the highest possible award of the American Institute of Graphic Arts for his menu covers, the Certificate of Excellence. A year thereafter The Smithsonian Institution exhibited them, and today the series is part of its permanent collection. Now you can make them part of your collection. Click images for details. learn more

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    Eugene Savage (1883-1978), a native of Indiana, arrived in Hawaii only to find himself soon engaged in the painting of nine 8’ wide and 4’ high murals for the Ocean Shipping Company. The murals, completed in 1940, were never used as Ocean Navigation Company’s ships were drafted for the war effort. In 1948, however, nine-color lithographed menu covers based on these designs made their appearance on the company’s flagship “Lurline.”
    Two years later Savage was bestowed the highest possible award of the American Institute of Graphic Arts for his menu covers, the Certificate of Excellence. A year thereafter The Smithsonian Institution exhibited them, and today the series is part of its permanent collection. The recognition the artist received eventually prompted the application of many of his themes on products that range from aloha shirts to coffee mugs. Nowadays, Savage’s art is regarded the finest that the period produced and no collection of Hawaiian nostalgia would be complete without at least one example of Savage’s fine art.



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