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"Kilauea Volcano was probably sketched and painted more than any other site, with the possible exception of Diamond Head. Since the early nineteenth century, dramatic scenes of the volcano's pits of fire had intrigued visitors and the local population alike. Many artists working in Hawaii late in the century collectively formed a cohesive body of work that in recent years has become known as the Volcano School. " David Forbes, Encounters with Paradise, 173-4.


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